Indian cuisine is arguably one of the most satisfying foods one can possibly enjoy – endless variations, aromas and tastes. Not to mention the outstanding hospitality. Perth is home to some top-notch Indian eateries, and we’ve picked our top 5 for you to enjoy.
1. Chakra Restaurant – Inglewood
Chakra is a progressive & contemporary family run Indian restaurant with a strong passion to bring real Indian food cooked using most traditional techniques with bold bespoke presentation. Proudly & successfully catering to our Vegan friends with our vast & ever evolving Vegan Menu. Takes pride in making Perth’s first Gluten Free Naan with a belief that food is everybody’s best friend & everyone has the right to enjoy Naan. Celebrations at Chakra are next level with our team pampering you with world renowned Indian hospitality.
2. Sauma – Northbridge
At the heart of enlivened, heritage Northbridge, Sauma adds a chicly rustic meeting place to Perth’s cultural precinct. Set facing the vibrant hub of a bright and animated community Sauma presents a modern Indian street-food experience – emphasising freshness, creativity and raw charm. While outside the neighbourhood buzzes, the restaurant interior offers a playful invitation to calm…low light blushes on exposed wood, textiles and Bombay miscellany; cultivating a colourful warmth.
3. Two Fat Indians – Mt Lawley
2 Fat Indians Highgate is here to take you on an enthralling culinary odyssey through some mesmerising recipes of the Indian sub-continent, complimented with gracious hospitality and exquisite service. Known as one of the best Indian Restaurants in Perth established for over a decade now.
4. Maharaja – Nedlands
Maharaja Indian Bistro has been a fixture of Nedlands for 19 years. Located next door to the Windsor Cinema and adjacent to the Captain Stirling Pub, it’s perfect for a night out. The restaurant is decorated luxuriously, service is attentive but not intrusive, and flavours are magnificent using only the finest quality ingredients.
5. Annalakshmi – Perth City
Annalakshmi means the goddess of sustenance. Annalakshmi on the Swan was founded in Perth in 1991 by his holiness, Swami Shatanand Saraswathi based on the concept ‘Athiti Devo Bhava’ – Guest is God. This organization is largely run by volunteer staff who cook, serve and clean at Annalakshmi as a service to the community.