With two stunning locations, one in Highgate and one in Cottesloe, Two Fat Indians is widely regarded as the best place for Indian cuisine in Perth. You’ll find the Highgate Restaurant located on Beaufort Street. Open seven days a week, Two Fat Indians is a favourite among Mount Lawley’s curry connoisseurs, as well as drawing in diners from further afield. Spaces at this Perth hotspot can fill up quickly though, so be sure to make a reservation in advance to avoid missing out.
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My wife and I have eaten at 2 Fat Indians on multiple occasions, both at Highgate and Cannington, and have never been disappointed.
loved the Indian food, will come back soon, thanks guys .
Perth has no shortage of great Indian restaurants, but Two Fat Indians on Beaufort Street is raising the bar for Indian cuisine in the city. Experience the finest Indian cuisine that the area has to offer at Two Fat Indians’ Highgate branch. No matter if you are a spice lover or have enjoy a more mild taste palate, you’ll find plenty of options to suit you on the menu at Two Fat Indians in Mount Lawley. Kick your meal off with some small plates like the paneer chilli milli (stir-fried cottage cheese tossed with bell peppers and onions) or the machi amritsari (pink snapper coated with a light batter of gram flour served with lemon).
Whether you’re a seafood lover, vegetarian or a fan of meat, the extensive menu at Two Fat Indians caters to all tastes and dietary requirements. Some of our favourite dishes include the traditional goat curry, the lamb rogan josh, the nawabi murgh (an ancient Mughal recipe of chicken from India cooked in a brown onion gravy with coriander and red chilli) and the veggie-friendly malai kofta (cottage cheese dumplings dipped in mild gravy of cashew and tomatoes). With its elegant decor and comprehensive menu, Two Fat Indians is the perfect place for a family meal or to celebrate a special occasion with your loved ones in Mount Lawley. To guarantee a table, making a booking ahead of time is recommended.