Dining Out

Tasty Iftar buffet for Ramadan

SINCE first making a mark in Pakistan as a roadside stall in Karachi in 1969, Student Biryani became an international brand, opening its doors in Auburn two years ago.

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-years-old, admitting he was a tough taskmaster.

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.
“The biryani is prepared with rice, meat and combination of spices.”
With it’s tempting aroma and mix of exotic spices, the flavoursome and affordable dish has been a firm favourite among Pakistanis for decades, and since arriving in Auburn their dishes have won over plenty of locals here too.

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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.
Thrilled with how popular the eatery has already become and grateful for enjoying so much local support, as well as from visitors to the area, Javed and his family are also looking to expand with franchises across Australia.
Located at 45 Auburn Road in Auburn, Student Biryani’s Ramadan’s opening hours are Monday to Sunday, from 12pm to 11pm, and while their normal lunch buffet and Halwa Puri won’t be served, they are offering an Iftar buffet daily from 4.30pm.
For more info, go to studentbiryani.com.au.

Student Biryani,
45 Auburn Road, Auburn.
Ph: 0423 586 076.