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Foodies are flocking to a charming takeaway restaurant in Sydney‘s Inner West to experience its ‘banging’ curries, chip butties and BYO with no corkage fees. 

Sitting along the busy Parramatta Road in Camperdown, Derrel’s is a vibrant late-night hangout that serves up a tasty menu of Anglo-Indian dishes. 

Head chef Brendan King named the eatery after his Indian grandfather who he remembers cooking up meals such as pork vindaloo and tandoori chicken wings for his 28 grandchildren. 

Growing up, Brendan only ever remembers his grandfather in the kitchen which explains the ‘Nana never cooked’ mural above the door on the eatery’s ruby red facade. 

Inside, the fit-out is as nostalgic as the menu with the retro tiles, old-school furniture, and a bright pink counter oozing quaint kitschy charm. 

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Sitting along the busy Parramatta Road in Camperdown, Derrel's is a vibrant late-night hangout that serves up a tasty menu of Anglo-Indian dishes

Sitting along the busy Parramatta Road in Camperdown, Derrel’s is a vibrant late-night hangout that serves up a tasty menu of Anglo-Indian dishes

Head chef Brendan King named the eatery after his Indian grandfather who he remembers cooking up pork vindaloo and tandoori chicken wings for his 28 grandchildren

Head chef Brendan King named the eatery after his Indian grandfather who he remembers cooking up pork vindaloo and tandoori chicken wings for his 28 grandchildren

The menu features dishes for spice lovers or those who can’t handle the heat including share plates, Indian-style burgers and kebabs and King’s granddad’s beloved recipes 

Fan favourites include the chip 'putty' with chapati bread and butter chicken gravy as well as Bombay burgers, Hara Bhara kebab and Samosa chaat

Fan favourites include the chip ‘putty’ with chapati bread and butter chicken gravy as well as Bombay burgers, Hara Bhara kebab and Samosa chaat

Menus are printed on the back of 1980s Women’s Weekly covers and feature dishes for spice lovers or those who can’t handle the heat including share plates, Indian-style burgers and kebabs and King’s granddad’s beloved recipes. 

Fan favourites include the chip ‘putty’ with chapati bread and butter chicken gravy as well as Bombay burgers, Hara Bhara kebab and Samosa chaat. 

There are also butter chicken, pork vindaloo, veggie curry and tandoori chicken share plates that come with rice, roti, lime, onion and your choice of chutneys. 

Booze is BYO but there are Indian soft drinks and a mango lassi on offer for thirsty diners. 

Derrel’s is connected to the next door Lady Hampshire pub and to go-to spot for those winding down after a session in the beer garden or seeing a local band play the venue’s stage. 

There are also butter chicken, pork vindaloo, veggie curry and tandoori chicken share plates that come with rice, roti, lime, onion and your choice of chutneys

There are also butter chicken, pork vindaloo, veggie curry and tandoori chicken share plates that come with rice, roti, lime, onion and your choice of chutneys

Inside, the fit-out is as nostalgic as the menu with the retro tiles, old-school furniture, and a bright pink counter oozing quaint kitschy charm

Since opening in early November is has become a regular for hospitality workers and pub goers with tables occupied on most evenings late into the night

Since opening in early November is has become a regular for hospitality workers and pub goers with tables occupied on most evenings late into the night

Visitors have been raving about Derrel's online with one foodies calling it 'an absolute great spot for a late-night feed' or 'hearty meal'

Visitors have been raving about Derrel’s online with one foodies calling it ‘an absolute great spot for a late-night feed’ or ‘hearty meal’

The new favourite takeaway joint is open until midnight on weekdays and 2am on weekends.

Since opening in early November is has become a regular for hospitality workers and pub goers with tables occupied on most evenings late into the night. 

Visitors have been raving about Derrel’s online with one foodies calling it ‘an absolute great spot for a late-night feed’ or ‘hearty meal’. 

Another said it reminds them of old Indian diners they used to visit in London. 

‘The nostalgic 90s UK football décor along with the looping ‘Bend it Like Beckham’ on an old flat screen, kept me entertained,’ one customer wrote. 

‘Derrel’s Anglo-Indian spot in Camperdown is a new favourite restaurant of mine serving up Indian classics with a Derrel’s twist,’ someone added.

‘The small, thoughtful touches in the ambience and decor create a warm and nostalgic atmosphere. It’s one of those food spots you truly need to experience for yourself.’

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