When you’ve got a hankering for delicious and authentic Indian cuisine, look no further than Perth’s own Chutney Mary’s. Located in Subiaco, a stone’s throw from the stadium and the stunning King’s Park, this Indian gem serves up traditional Indian Thali for the lunchtime crowd, as well as an a la carte menu for those after a relaxing dinner. The menu is fresh and seasonal, and the curries are blended with fresh herbs and spices to showcase these classic dishes at their very best. You’ll find Chutney Mary’s on the corner of Rokeby Road and Hay Street, so pop in and see them, just remember to book a table in advance.
The team behind Chutney Mary’s are passionate about producing creative Indian cuisine that invigorates the senses and takes their guests on a culinary journey through the exotic landscape that has produced this remarkable cuisine. Located just north-west of the Perth CBD in Subiaco, Chutney Mary’s pays homage to India and showcases a range of dishes from all over the country and locals are just loving it.
If you’re in for lunch, you’re in for a real treat with their Indian Thai – several curry options together with rice, naan, dahl, soup and dessert all presented beautifully on a silver tray that is both delectable and good value for money. If you’re paying Chutney Mary’s a visit at dinner, you have a range of meat, seafood and vegetarian dishes on offer, from the classics like butter chicken and saag aloo to the creative and slow cooked avadhi lamb shank, to the malabar fish curry from the south with red emperor fillets. Whatever you choose, this Perth delight has got you covered. Bookings are essential though so be sure to reserve in advance to avoid disappointment.
Excellent service - fast and friendly - would definitely go back again in the new year - a wonderful place to celebrate a special occasion
Really awesome food ...Love it everytime .Made booking online so very easy to organise Very good on price and service is speedy and attentive .
Fabulous food and service! A great start to a wonderful night at the Regal. The scallops were wonderful, the goat curry fabulous and the butter chicken yum.
The staff were very attentive without rushing you. Food came out lovely and hot and very tasty. Definitely a good spot to people atch too!
A group of friends and I attended Chutney Mary's on Saturday night. We were attended to promptly to order drinks and starters. These arrived in good time. We ordered onion bhaji which were very tasty along with garlic and cheese naan and pappadums. However we had to go and ask the wait staff to take our mains order. After we received our food we realised one of my friends was ignored and didn't order a main which is a little disappointing. I ordered Lamb Korma and asked for it a little spicier but wow it was made very spicy. I usually can handle spice but it was bordering too hot for me. My other friends enjoyed their food. We ordered a variety of dishes,all of which were enjoyed. Apart from the ordering mishap we enjoyed our meal and experience at Chutney Mary's. Would think about revisiting but more likely go elsewhere.
The lunch specials are well priced. Really good value for money. Both of us had the banquet for 2 and the portion was more than enough............could feed 3 pax! All in all, a satisfying meal and both of us skipped dinner as we were too full from lunch. Will return to try out the other items on the menu.
We went to Chutney Mary's on the weekend for the first time and found it to be very nice. The food was great and the customer service was excellent.
Great as always - we went prior to a show at the Regal and the service was prompt and friendly. Typically we ordered far too much and the serves are generous anyway but the leftovers were packed up for us without question. The food was delicious but we have never had a bad meal here.
Chutney Marys was very disappointing. The staff were helpful and friendly. The entrée was very dry and tasteless. The prawn tempura dish was OK, but have certainly tasted much better and was very ordinary. The rice, vegetable dish OK, nothing special. The Naan bread was burnt and we had to pick off the burnt bits, too hard, so we didn't eat it. The pompadoms were soft, obviously made to far in advance. So, very disappointed and we certainly won't be going there again or recommending it. It was virtually empty as well, so that was probably an indication of its standards in food and flavours. Thank you.
Te restaurant was not too busy and the staff were very polite and helpful. The food was quite good, with the only downside being that the rice was a bit dry and clumpy. The decor probably needs a bit of an update.