Chatt Patta

Woolloongabba

Chatt Patta is a no-frills, budget eatery in Woolloongabba serving authentic and unique Indian street food along with Indo-chinese dishes, curries, dosas and desserts.

Chatt Patta, Woolloongabba, Indian street food

Located on the corner of Ipswich Road and Hawthorne Street, customers can dine in a light-filled dining room with floor-to-ceiling windows or in another dining area nestled in the adjacent Indian grocery store.

Chatt Patta, Woolloongabba, Indian Street food, samosa

The extensive menu includes popular Indian fare, from samosas and dosas to kathi rolls and curries served with rice and freshly made naan, plus some dishes you've probably never heard of. In addition, there’s a few Indo-Chinese fusion dishes such as chicken Manchurian, hakka noodles and fried rice.

Chatt Patta, Woolloongabba, Indian street food, dessert

For dessert, there's a display case filled with traditional Indian desserts like halwa, kulfi sticks, warm gulab jamun and jalebi.

Drink wise, there’s turmeric lattes, masala tea, mango lassis, faloodas and smoothies.

By Deb Lidster 

Chatt Patta

43 Ipswich Rd

Woolloongabba

Opening hours 

3392 0805

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