Grace of India Restaurant joined our Mission to help provide access to “Clean Water for All by 2030”. This Mission was initiated by the United Nations.
A big thank you to Grace of India Restaurant’s team and customers for joining this extremely important mission on 17 January 2018.
The Certificate of Commitment can be found here.
Situated in Milsons Point, Grace of India is a family owned business that has professional acclaim. Grace of India offers it's customers the opportunity to experience Indian culture through food, paintings, themed nights and staff dress code. Grace of India first opened its doors in 1990 and has continued to build its reputation to become one of Sydney's most elite Indian restaurants.
Head chef, Santokh Singh uses the freshest Australian produce and imported herbs and spices from India to create a traditional North Indian menu, infusing Indian flavours with depth and integrity.
An extensive award winning wine list matched with friendly service completes this fine dining experience.
Grace of India is open for lunch on Friday's and dinner 7 days.
We can't wait to see every person have access to clean water as soon as possible.
Let's end extreme water poverty together.
Kemi from Ora-Igbomina village carrying out her daily routine of fetching dirty water three times a day, taking her five hours