Memories Of India


Memories Of India is an elegant Indian restaurant housed in the heritage listed Ulster Hotel (1910) in Ipswich.

This Federation style corner pub is filled with old world charm with pressed metal ceilings, classic sash windows and polished floor boards.

Memories Of India Ipswich

The main dining room at Memories of India provides a charming setting to enjoy lunch or dinner and there are also function rooms available for hire.

Memories Of India Ipswich

House curries at Memories of India include chicken lababda, goat curry, lamb hyderabadi, as well as traditional favorites such as biriyani, naan, butter chicken and lamb vindaloo prepared in a traditional charcoal clay oven.

Memories Of India Ipswich

The restaurant is fully licensed with wines and local craft beers on tap (Newstead Brewing, Mountain Goat and King Fisher), as well as a range of specialty cocktails.

Memories Of India Ipswich

In a nutshell - Authentic and fusion curries served in one of Ipswich's iconic heritage buildings.

Nice to know - Parking is available along Mortimer St.

By Lucy Hordern

Memories of India

25 Brisbane St


Opening hours


3418 3369 


25 Brisbane St Ipswich

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