Location: East Perth
I haven’t eaten Indian for some time so it was time for a visit to the best Indian restaurant in Perth: Grill and Chill.
Hara Bhara Kebab
Veg cutlets made with spinach & potato mixed with gram flour & spices.
The night starts with a basket of pappadums with mint sauce which are both really delicious. Then our entree comes. The hara bhara kebabs have a lovely crunchy exterior, but soft tasty interior that is flavoursome but mild. These kebabs are really delicious and was a great start to the meal.
Desi Chicken Curry
Country style dish of chicken thigh fillets cooked with minimum spices, tomato & onion. Simple yet full of flavours.
This curry presents really tender chicken immersed in a mild spiced curry full of flavour and delicious with rice or naan. In this kind of weather, it’s just the kind of food one needs.
A dish for special occasions, it is a vegetarian alternative for meatballs. It consists of curried cottage cheese and potato dumplings in rich creamy sauce.
The koftas are soft and mild, smothered in another creamy delicious curry that you just can’t get enough of. I love it.
Mughlai dish of fish pieces cooked slowly in a creamy sauce made of cashew nuts, yoghurt and spices.
Soft tender chunks of fish covered in a really delicious creamy curry. I really loved the curry and cleaned my plate using the naan.
Butter Naan and Cheese & Spinach Naan
I love the soft naans and thought I’d try something different in the cheese and spinach naan which was so delicious. Excellent way to mop up all those delicious curry sauces on your plate or even cleaning the dishes the curries were served in!
I was way too full for dessert but I had a taste of the desserts ordered by others. The kulfi presented is a lovely creamy Indian ice cream with the delicious flavour of cardamom and pistachio.
Grill & Chill Indian Food Review Summary
Verdict: I’ve eaten here several times and I really enjoy the different creations on offer. The hare bhara kebab is a vegetable cutlet that is crunchy on the outside but has a soft interior full of flavour with mild spices. These were really delicious and a great way to kick off the meal. Then it was on to the three curries ordered. The desi chicken evokes lovely deep red colours with tender succulent chicken immersed in a delicious curry. I really liked this curry and it goes very well with rice or naan. The fish korma presented tender fish covered in a thick rich creamy curry that is simply yum. The malai kofta is also immersed in a similar rich creamy curry but has a slightly different flavour. The malai koftas are cottage cheese and potato dumpling mixture full of flavour, more so with the creamy curry. I had a spinach and cheese naan which is soft and tasty, excellent for mopping up the different curries. Way to full for dessert but I had a taste of the other desserts ordered at the table which were kulfi, an Indian ice cream, which had lovely flavours of cardamom and pistachio. I’ve eaten at several Indian restaurants and this is by far the best Indian restaurant in Perth. The flavours are excellent, the dishes authentic, and the quality of ingredients, some of which are made on the premises, shows in the dishes.
Recommendation: Highly Recommend
See my other blog posts:
Food review of Grill & Chill Indian – Dec 15
Food review of Grill & Chill Indian – Apr 15
Food review of Grill & Chill Indian – Nov 14
Food review of Grill & Chill Indian – Aug 14
Food review of Grill & Chill Indian – May 14
Food review of Grill & Chill Indian – Mar 14
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