Nestled away in Perth’s Inglewood, Saffron Indian Restaurant is without a doubt, one of the best dining spots in the area. This charming and modern restaurant specialises in Indian cuisine, brimming with fragrant herbs and spices and a menu that’s packed with all your favourites, plus some signature dishes that are well-worth trying. Located on Beaufort Street, just north of the city centre, Saffron Indian is the perfect choice for an intimate meal for two, or for a special occasion with friends, and the team here certainly go above and beyond to cater for your every wish. But why take our word for it? Book a table and find out what all the fuss is about for yourself!
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Food and staff great lovely clean restaurant would recommend going there
Generous portions. Good variety. Loved the vegan menu. Busy place
While there’s of course no shortage of delicious restaurants peppered throughout Perth, Saffron Indian Restaurant is one of those places you’ll be wanting to return to time, and time again. We think it’s a combination of the impeccable service, warm and welcoming environment and as you would expect, the stellar menu. Indian cuisine is notoriously flavoursome, and the team at Saffron Indian Restaurant in Inglewood are passing with flying colours when it comes to the flavour combinations in all their dishes.
Start your evening at Saffron Indian Restaurant with the chef’s platter, where you’ll sample a selection of samosas, onion bhaji, seekh kebabs, chicken tikka and shahi prawns – ideal for sharing and tasting several of their delicious dishes. For the main affair, our favourites are the beef malabari cooked in coconut milk, mustard and coriander seeds, the fish vindaloo for those who like it hot, or vegetarian favourite, malai kofta with potato, cheese and chickpea flour balls in a cashew nut curry sauce. Whatever you fancy, Saffron Indian Restaurant in Inglewood – just north of Perth’s city centre – is an Indian lovers delight. Just be sure to book ahead though, they do tend to fill up quickly.