Exotic Indian

THERE’S a new Indian Restaurant in town that offers traditional exotic, spicy and sensational tastes of India, and at a price that will leave you just as excited as your food.

Situated at 283 William St, just next to Millennium Foods, the Darjeeling India Brasserie serves up classic Indian cuisine with all the trimmings.

Main course (there are a variety of choices including the chicken dish, tikka masala or the madras beef) include rice, vegetables, dahl, paratha, pickles and well it just wouldn’t be Indian without the pappadum.

You can get all of this for about $10 and the Darjeeling is BYO.

The owner started the restaurant to provide Indian food at a price that didn’t burn. The brasserie has a take-away menu and caters for functions delivering the fine Indian cuisine to your CBD offices.

The Darjeeling is open from 5pm Tuesday to Saturday and if you mention this article the owner will give you a 10 per cent discount.

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THE Catering Institute of Australia launches the annual Caterers Gold Plate Awards for Restaurants and Cafes this month.

The awards recognise a commitment to excellence by both peers and the dining public.

The awards are judged by a fully independent professional judging panel, who dine in at a nominated venue twice, and the winner is decided from the highest average score.

There are 15 categories in the awards ranging from fine dining to café style. To find out the categories, or obtain an entry form visit or call the catering institute on 9316 9386.

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IF you love beer and you love all things spicy then you’re in for a treat from the brewers of the Sail and Anchor Pub Brewery.

The two-man brewing team of Peter Nolin and Bill Hoedemaker have created this year’s “chilli beer” brew and say it is significantly hotter than last year.

The makers say the beer is dominated by fresh chilli and hops and introduces a balanced palate rich with sweet malt and chillies.

The brewers claim the best part of the lager is the pronounced heat that builds with each sip, complemented by a lingering malty finish.

The beer is created on site at the Full Mash brewery and will be available from The Brass Monkey, The Como, The Lynwood Arms, The Foundry Bar & Grill, and Captain Stirling.

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If you haven’t been to the twilight evenings at Perth Zoo, head down this month while the evenings are still nice and balmy.

This Saturday The Fab Four will play a Beatles Tribute from 7.30pm but be sure to get in early to see the animals at 6.45pm.

Either take a hamper and have a picnic, or enjoy free use of the gas barbeques. Either way the twilight summer concerts offer an affordable evening for young and old.

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