Authentic Indian Street Food Experience in Perth

Authentic Indian restaurant in Perth

Indian street food is no less than a sensory feast that has captivated food lovers all over the globe. The spicy and tangy flavors, enticing aromas and unique textures are a perfect combination to send any food lover into food coma. If you are looking for those authentic street food options anywhere in Perth, we have got you fixed at Delhi 6. Delhi 6, an Authentic Indian restaurant in Perth, has a plethora of Indian street food options to choose from.

Let’s delve deeper into understanding that what makes these food items so delectable:


Chaat is a beloved Indian street food that has the perfect blend of sweet, sour and spicy flavors. Chaat comes in various varieties of Aloo Tikki chaat, Dahi Bhalla chaat, chaat papri, samosa chaat and mixed chaat. Chaat includes crispy papris with other ingredients of mashed potatoes, peas, peanuts, chickpeas, curd garnished with mint leaves, pomegranate seed and sev (crunchy fried noodles). All this is topped with a medley of chutneys and sauces. Spicy and tangy tamarind chutney and cooling mint chutney are the most favorite chutney toppings. Chaat is an explosion of flavors which leaves taste buds longing for more.


The samosa, the perfect Indian street food classic, is a deep-fried, crispy pastry pocket with mixture of potatoes, peas and spices filled in. This is spicy explosion with a crunchy exterior and savory interior. It is best suited with tamarind chutney which is sweet, tangy and spicy. This is the perfect snack to savor with a cup of tea making a must-try Indian delicacy.


Golgappe also famously known as pani puri or puchka in different states in India is deep fried, crispy, hollow puri filled with mashed potato, chickpeas, onion, mint leaves, sev, pomegranate seed. Additionally sweet, spicy, tangy tamarind water is filled in. Golgappe is one of the most famous street foods with avid lovers in India and abroad alike.

4.Bhel Puri:

Bhel puri is a delectable snack originating from the streets of Mumbai. It is a mixture of puffed rice, sev, chopped onions, tomatoes, coriander, tamarind chutney, spicy green chutney with a dash of lemon squeezed on it. Bhel puri is a popular choice for a light and refreshing food option. This is a perfect snack to have when you’re enjoying your favourite movie, have a night out with friends or keep busy yourself with indoor activities like playing stud poker online or with friends.


Pakoras are deep-fried fritters of vegetables like onions, potatoes or green chilly coated in a gram flour batter. These flavorful fritters are enjoyed in the evening with a cup of tea. Indians also like to relish them during monsoon season.

6.Pav Bhaji:

Pav bhaji is a dish consisting of a flavorful vegetable curry, known as bhaji and served with warm buttered pav (bread rolls). The bhaji is prepared from vegetables like potatoes, peas, tomatoes and bell peppers all perfectly mashed up. The bhaji is garnished with chopped onions, coriander leaves and a squeeze of lemon juice.

7.Chole Bhature:

Chole bhature is a street food from state of Punjab, North India. Chole is a spiced chickpea curry, accompanied with bhature (fluffy deep-fried bread made from fermented dough).  It is a hearty and heavy indulgent meal. Chole bhature is served with garnishing of chopped onions, green chilies and a squeeze of lemon juice.

When in a mood to indulge in a wholesome Indian street food delight, just turn up at Delhi 6 and embark on a gastronomic adventure that will leave you craving for more.

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