Subi Spice Cafe Review

Subi Spice Cafe, Subiaco WA

We went looking for the Spicy South restaurant in Subiaco, but found it was under new management and under a new name too – Subi Spice. Unfortunately they did not honour our Entertainment Book voucher, but their prices are apparently much cheaper than before anyway. The Subi Spice menu covers both south and north Indian cuisine, though we decided to pick from the southern dishes as these seemed more interesting. We had the Banquette Rolls from the starter list, which were a spiced mix of minced lamb, onions and potatoes, wrapped in a pancake, covered in bread crumbs and deep fried. It came with a spiced tomato dipping sauce. Of the chicken dishes they had all the usuals (butter chicken, korma, tikka masala) but we went for the more unusual Chicken Chettinad, a hot and spicy Tamil Nadu Chettiar community dish, which made use of southern Indian spices. Our other main was Brinjal withPotatoes, made from lightly fried eggplants cooked with cubes of potatoes in a medium spiced sauce. Everything was great, including the price, and we will be returning soon to try more.

Other Things You Should Know

  • BYO beer and wine
  • open for luch and dinner. They have good lunch specials.

Location & Contact

  • address: Shop 2, 375 Hay Street, Subiaco, 6008
  • phone: (08) 9382 2434

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