In a class of its own, Bhoj is a stunning Indian restaurant by Chef and owner Rajesh Mehta who has been serving highly acclaimed Indian fare for more than 20 years.. Inspired by restaurants, street stalls and homes of every region of India, Bhoj is a gem. The dishes showcase high quality ingredients and expert techniques. Bhoj means Indian feast, and that’s exactly what awaits you.
Gastrology Online Food Blog 2016
Rated: 4 / 5

Overall we had a fantastically filling and varies meal, from uniquely Indian street food, to tandoori meat and traditional mains. The staff were very accommodating and the environment was very well appointed in a relaxed atmosphere that really allowed the food to shine through. The large range of dishes means that there are always new things to try, and all of them are well-made and flavourful.
The Penguin Eats Online Food Blog 2016
Rated: 4.5 / 5

Suited by the water at NewQuay with fabulous views and a vibrant location, this modern, stylish restaurant is making a huge impact on educating the diners of Melbourne about the intricate textures and flavours of top-quality Indian cuisine.
Dine Out Melbourne’s Restaurant and Winery Guide 2005
Indian Category Award Winner

Bhoj is leading the charge for quality Indian food in Melbourne, with a menu and restaurant design that rejects the clichés.
The Age Good Food Guide 2005
Best Indian 14/20

Bhoj distinguishes itself with cosy banquettes, warm tones and Bombay beats. It also sets itself apart from other Indian eateries by serving superior standards as well as some less familiar fare.
The Age Cheap Eats 2005
Three Star Winner

Enter Bhoj Docklands. Here, the interior boasts stylish timber and tiled floors, rendered walls and persimmon lightshades, and the wine list is easily the best going around the Indian Traps.
The Age Good Food Guide 2004
Best Indian 14/20

…Rajesh Mehta’s creative and carefully executed cooking has raised the bar for Indian Cuisine in Melbourne.
The Age Good Food Guide 2004
Best Indian 14/20
Special Features Mention– Vegetarian

Owner-chef Rajesh Mehta has a formidable reputation as an expert translator of Indian flavours, and this colourful waterfront waterfront flagship provides the perfect setting. …Bhoj puts other Indian eateries to shame.
The Age Cheap Eats 2004
Three Star Winner

“Inner-city designer chic on a suburban curry house budget … If your don’t know you’re alive after this, then its quite possible your are not”
John Lethlean, Siu, Ling Hui
The Age Good Weekend 2003

“restauranteur Rajesh Mehta knows his market well”
John Weldon
The Age Food & wine 2003

“Waterfront Spectacular – creating Melbourne Docklands, the peoples waterfront”Design Masters Press Publication ETNCOM 2005
TelevisionCity Life – Channel 31


Visit our Youtube page for a collection of cooking videos with Chef Raj as he has appeared on Huey’s Cooking Adventures, The Living Room with Miguel Maestre and on Good Morning Delhi alongside Kathryn Robinson and Brad McEwan.