1134 HAY STREET, WEST PERTH LUNCH Tues-Fri 11:00-2:30pm | DINNER Tues-Sat 5:00-9:00pm CLOSED Monday and Sunday +61 8 9324 1368



Come Delight in Authentic Indian Food
Formal yet friendly, this is fine dining with charm. Experience all the warmth of India in the graceful yet relaxed Royal India restaurant. We have strived to be the best Indian restaurant in Perth for over 30 years.

Owner Pali Chouhan and staff serve up the finest of Northern and Southern Indian food with a special emphasis on Tandoori. The Indian menu is extensive and provides a wide range of seasonal and traditional favourites. One speciality of the house is the Goat Curry, lightly spiced and served on the bone with fresh tomatoes and yoghurt.

Indian food has its greatest charm when it’s the most authentic. The unique spices and tastes of authentic Indian food draw the most prominent palates. As one of the most popular eateries in Perth, the Royal Indian Restaurant has made its name providing delicious Northern and Southern Indian dishes. Come visit our Indian restaurant for a rich and exquisite dining experience.

Indian Food at Royal India Restaurant


30 years the Royal India has been something of an institution for Indian Food in Perth, WA

For more than 30 years the Royal India has been something of an institution in the city. From Members of Parliament to ex-patriot film stars, from families celebrating special milestones to canny groups of loyal fans occupying their weekly table, the Royal India has been a by-word for exceptional Indian Cuisine. And the special ingredients that draw these disparate groups are quite simple; exquisite food and exemplary service.

The food is exquisite yet it is the staff that are the chief delight at the Royal India. Every smile is genuine and nothing is too much trouble. And that is why you had better ring ahead and book because tables are always at a premium at this friendliest and most appetising of Perth’s restaurants.

  • We had dinner at Royal India and if was amazing. Great casual atmosphere and superb service.
    Rebecca Tunks