This rave is going to save Indian Home Diner once and for all

For all the Sydneysiders who have heard the recent devastating news of the possible permanent closure of Indian Home Diner, aka the Oxford Street demigods, can’t blame you for feeling a little sad. But don’t despair, folks. All is not lost.

In a groundbreaking move for one of Sydney’s best-loved culinary institutions, some of Australia’s biggest names in electronic music, including Cosmo’s Midnight, Flight Facilities solo setman Hugo Gruzman, and the Bag Raiders, team up with Uber Eats on Saturday, May 28 for a huge rave that revolves around saving Indian Home Diner, once and for all.

The restaurant is in hot water with Woollahra Council over its late trading hours, which have been found to be in violation of the diversion agreement. However, restaurant owner Robert Chowdury says that “my restaurant can’t stay open until 3am”. The municipality recently rejected its request to maintain extended opening hours. “I can’t afford to appeal” myself, so I’m extremely grateful that Uber Eats has gathered community support to help me get through the process,” said Chowdury.

Electronic music certainly has a very special power, which is why the huge Saturday night rave at the Unicorn Hotel (Indian Home Diner’s closest partying neighbors) looks set to become quite the happening.

titled Rave 2 Save Indian Home Dinnerthis celebratory event will cost $32.74, with 100 percent of ticket proceeds going to help the restaurant pay city planners to reapply, while also helping the restaurant implement additional controls to address the council’s stated concerns. to take.

You can give yourself a limited ticket here, and make sure to grab a juicy, crunchy (and possibly limited) Indian kebab at the end of the night from the biggest dogs on Oxford Street. You will have no regrets.

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