Dining Out

Delicious takeaway Iftar meal pack for Ramadan

SERVING up delicious Iftar meals daily, in-store or via home delivery, for the whole month of Ramadan, Student Biryani has had a huge impact on the Auburn dining scene over the last several years thanks to its authentic Pakistani cuisine.

A second generation biryani maker, owner and chef, Muhammad Javed said he learned how to cook the signature dish from his father when he was 13 or 14.
Prepared fresh each day, the sumptuous signature biryani is still made using his father’s recipes to produce a consistent taste and quality, with options including chicken, beef, goat or vegetables.
“All offerings are 100 per cent halal,” he said.
Perfect for mosques, gatherings and community distribution, the Ramadan specials include Iftar boxes costing $13 or $22 and an Iftar Family Platter for $40 that’s got the lot including succulent dates, chicken nuggets, vegetable samosa, fruit chaat, dahi baray (tangy lentil fritters) and channa chaat (beautiful chickpea salad).
You might want to include some delicious jalebi (a deep fried, syrupy sweet), fish pakoray (chunky white fish marinated in lime, ginger and garlic) or potato cutlus (potato fried as cutlets with mince meat filling).
There are also Ramadan Party Packs available from $110.
During Ramadan, the restaurant is open for dine-in or takeaway from 12noon-11.30pm, with catering also available.
Student Biryani’s la carte menu also sizzles with delicious curries, succulent fried meats, grills, burgers and a range of interesting sides and beautiful breads, as well as plenty of vegetarian options and kids meals.
Other popular dishes include chicken karahi, a spicy and succulent curry dish; haleem chicken or beef, a thick lentil and meat stew flavoured with herbs and spices; and beef nehari, a slow-cooked stew of bone marrow and beef.
To make a booking or order for delivery: studentbiryani.com.au.
Student Biryani,
42 Auburn Road, Auburn.
Ph: 0423 586 076