Sri Devi Curry House

Taking over the previous residence of Ipoh’s Corner is now Sri Devi Curry House, one of the new kids on the block on William Street. Sri Devi specialises in South Indian and Malaysian favourites such as Thosais, Nasi Lemak, Murtabak, Roti Canai, to name a few and also a choice of side dishes to choose from the counter. To all the Malaysians who have lived around the Subang Jaya area, I am sure the name “Sri Devi” might ring a bell to you too. Dad and mum ordered a few side dishes from the bain marie together with white rice. I had … Continue reading Sri Devi Curry House

Malaysian Food Adventures #9: Banana Leaf at Raju Restaurant

Every Malaysian will crave for Roti Canai and Banana Leaf Rice. One year later and here I am again at Raju Restaurant. Raju Restaurant has been popular among the locals. Come down to Raju on a weekend and it is packed with families and friends indulging in Banana Leaf Rice and Roti Canai.  But don’t worry, there are usually plenty of seats around Raju as people come and go quickly. As I was there during the morning, we had the Roti Canai (RM 1.80 per piece) which was soft and fluffy. Together with the dhal provided, it was full of … Continue reading Malaysian Food Adventures #9: Banana Leaf at Raju Restaurant


Anghiti is one place we have been regular customers of, since we arrived in Perth. Situated strategically at the suburb of Innaloo, near Event Cinemas and Westfield Innaloo Shopping Centre, Anghiti serves up authentic Indian dishes. It has been popular among locals around the area too! We had the Tandoori Fish Tikka ($18.50), Butter Chicken ($25), Aloo Baigan (Brinjal and potato prepared with exotic herbs and spices) ($19) and Goat Curry ($28). Packed with spice, herbs and everything nice, each of the curries were full of flavour and delicious. We were very satisfied. It’s a feast! To complement the curries … Continue reading Anghiti


After attending mass for the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, we battled heavy rains and fierce winds to have dinner at Dhaba. It was indeed a stormy night, great for something spicy like a curry. I was also craving for Indian food too. When we arrived, the restaurant was really quiet as it was stormy and I am guessing not many people are willing to go out for dinner on a cold, stormy night. The service was quick and efficient. Not long after we were seated, we placed our orders as we were also very hungry. We decided to … Continue reading Dhaba

Ipoh’s Corner

One fine day, mum and I were craving for nasi briyani and nasi lemak. As usual, we head to Innaloo Oriental to buy nasi briyani for lunch but found out they don’t sell it there anymore as they have opened a restaurant which was Ipoh’s Corner. As keen as we were, we went there for dinner! In case you are wondering what Ipoh is, Ipoh is the capital city of Perak state in Malaysia and is located north of Kuala Lumpur. It was a Friday night and there were quite a few tables occupied but we were greeted with a smile … Continue reading Ipoh’s Corner