Thali @ 2 Fat Indians, 524 Beaufort Street, Mount Lawley, Phone 9228 0720.
A Smorgasbord At Least … Indian thali is like your own mini buffet with breads, curries and usually even a Lassi yoghurt drink.
Multiculturalism Japan – What we learnt while eating.
You Are What You Eat … If that’s true then I’m a bit multicultural at the moment. In one day in Shinjuku we ate French food for breakfast, a typical Indian lunch and Italian for dinner.
Bombay Knights Street Food, Location Varies, Phone 0470 627 096.
A Knights Tale … Bombay Knights that is. We kicked off Food Truck Friday at Crimea Canteen with a meal from Bombay Knights Street Food. Their business ethos is to offer honest, fresh, gluten free meals at reasonable prices. And, there is always a twist or two.
Tikka Tango Indianish Street Food, Location Varies.
Indian Nachos … No, it’s true, they’re a thing now. Say hello to Tikka Tango Indianish Street Food vendor. We ate some of their Chick and Chips last night. Shoestring fries doused with Butter Chicken Curry and melted cheese. It sounds good huh? We thought so too.
Divine Flute, Ballajura WA 6066, Phone 0430 490 250.
Divine Street Food … Divine Flute is a new, to us, Street Food vendor which we stumbled across at Crimea Canteen last night. They offer, in their words, Indianized Veggie Treats. There were things on the menu I’d kind of vaguely heard of but immediately decided we just had to try. Dosa and Vada stood out, so we ordered a dish that had both.
Curry Thieves, 47A / 366 Grand Promenade, Dianella Plaza WA 6059, Phone 9275 4622.
Thieves Like Us … It was a Video Store. Then it was going to be an Italian Restaurant for a long time but that never happened. Then overnight, it was turned into a tribute to the Dianella Community. And, that’s only in the last five or so years. The space is now home to Curry Thieves, Dianella’s first Indian Restaurant and Take Away. And it snuck up on us.
Twilight Hawkers Market, Forrest Place, Perth WA 6000 – Friday Nights 4.30pm to 9.30pm – October 2015 through April 2016 Season.
Foodie Nirvana … The Twilight Hawkers Market in the City was the first market to catch my attention. I remember thinking that this was a huge thing. A collection of Food Trucks, Vans and Market Stalls all selling Street Food. Had I died and reached Nirvana? Well, not quite but almost.
Spicy Bites, Eighth Avenue, Maylands WA 6051, Phone 0450 003 591.
Hand in Glove … The spices are certainly working together very well in the food at this new Indian Food Stall. The Spicy Bites story began “when tender butter chicken fell in love with hot fresh naan”. That last line is a direct quote from their Facebook. It made me laugh, so I included it here.
Chutney Mary’s Indian Restaurant, 67 Rokeby Road, Subiaco WA 6008, Phone 9381 2099.
Markets on Rokeby … Roaming the new Markets on a hunt for food. Today there are half the stalls from previous visits. Not sure what’s going on but we managed to find a few tempting treats to try.
Paratha N Pakora, 280 Railway Parade, Cannington WA 6107, Phone: 0469 582 236.
Street Treats … The Inglewood on Beaufort Markets have turned into the place to be on Monday nights. We hadn’t been for a while and Xena and I were overwhelmed by the choices on offer. There were all our usual favourites and some very new Food Vendors to try.