Corinda folk are blessed with this little gem of an eatery hidden in the midst of their main shopping strip. Part cafe part restaurant, it has a cosy dining room of linen clothed tables and a chef/owner who hails from Malaysia where he worked in 5 star hotels. As such it makes a great alternative for those nights when you don't want a fancy meal with frills but don't want a chain takeaway.
On the lunch menu are anything from toasted sandwiches and Moroccan chicken burger to Thai beef salads or the specialty Middle Eastern spicy fish fillet with cous cous tabouleh and mint yoghurt. The more substantial dishes are also on the eclectic well-priced dinner menu along with options such as prawn linguine or tender rib steak.
On Saturdays locals file in for the house special Flavours of India breakfast – soft creamy scrambled eggs with onion, tomato, coriander and sour dough, the potato and salmon or ricotta pancakes or three egg omelette with julienned smoked salmon and herbs.