Malabar Indian Cafe and Restaurant is where Yokine’s curry aficionados head when they want Indian food done the right way – that’s with fresh, seasonal produce, quality meat, hand-selected herbs and spices and decades of cooking experience. Perfect for any occasion whether it’s casual or more on the sophisticated side, this Perth Indian restaurant’s setting is versatile and relaxed. You can find Malabar Indian Cafe and Restaurant down Wanneroo Road, not far from Joondanna and Tuart Hill. To ensure that you get a table, make sure to reserve ahead of time with Quandoo!
There are plenty of great Indian restaurants in Perth, but nobody is dishing out Indian food quite like Malabar Indian Cafe and Restaurant. This beloved Yokine Indian restaurant offers amazing Indian food created using recipes that have been passed down from generation to generation, and their chefs bring decades of experience from some of Australia’s finest five-star hotel restaurants to the kitchen. As you sit back and await your meal, let the aromas drift you away to ancient India and mentally prepare yourself for the journey you’re about to embark on…
That’s right, folks. The food at Malabar Indian Cafe and Restaurant in Yokine is so good, you could call dining there a journey. We’re serious. Wait until you try their tender tandoori chicken, their juicy lamb korma, or their beloved butter chicken. Vegetarians, have no worries – Malabar’s got you covered with meat-free options like their palak paneer, malai kofta and kadai mushrooms. If you like seafood, make sure to try their Goan fish curry, and if you’ve got a sweet tooth, don’t hesitate to sample some creamy almond kulfi. A whole world of Indian flavour awaits you here at Malabar Indian Cafe and Restaurant, all you have to do is reserve a table and head down to Perth’s Wanneroo Road as soon as the craving strikes.
The Malabar was quiet, clean and very welcoming. Service was prompt and courteous. Best of all though, was the food. We started with the Chef's Platter which delivered a very tasty sample of what to expect next - we were not disappointed. Next came the Bombay Chicken, Beef Masala, Garlic Naan and Steamed Rice. the serves were plentiful (we were warned), tender and spiced to perfection. No, we couldn't finish to meal so were provided with "doggie" bags and four samosa's (couldn't resist them as take aways). Good night - most enjoyable - not surprising that the Malabar is well recommended.
The food was basically four dishes of brown sauce with varying heat. I won't be back. Yuck. The entee items all seems laden with oil. The naan had oil on them. There is no atmosphere. There were only six people in the restaurant and there were four of us. It was the earliest we have ever left a place.
Great food and service. The Decor just needs a little assistance and brightening up as it was even hard to see what we were eating. But it was delicious