Rama’s is an old timer and extremely popular with locals. Part of their secret is Mini’s warm hospitality, but the food is also great!
Sit outside in the warm weather….
…or be cozy inside if it’s cool.
Good choices are…
Chicken Dhai Wala – Boneless chicken pieces cooked in a spiced yoghurt sauce. $23.00
Potato and Egg Curry – Hard boiled eggs cooked with potatoes in a spicy coconut sauce. $19.50
Fijian Pork Curry- Cubes of pork cooked with capsicum, onion and coriander leaves in a tangy, spicy sauce. $24.00 (the best!)
Curried Bean and Tomato – Sliced beans, chopped tomatoes and onions cooked slowly at low temperature. $13.00
Roti – Wholemeal pan fried bread 1 for $2.50
The Garlic Paratha – Wholemeal pan fried bread with garlic $2.70…
….is a better choice than the Roti – Wholemeal pan fried bread 1 for $2.50
and the Fish NarielBoneless fillets of ling marinated in lemon juice, tumeric, garlic and simmered in a spicy coconut sauce. $23.50 has a lovely sauce but the fish is rather coarse…
…so try the Jhinga Nariel – Prawns cooked with onions, garlic, tomato and fresh coriander, and finished in a spicy coconut sauce. $24.50
Pappadum -Deep fried crispy bread is 4 for $3.00
Four curries and the beans and four breads is just right for six people.
All curries are served with unlimited rice at a charge of $2.75 per person, but you can negotiate to get just a few serves if also getting breads.
Corkage is free and until the end of May Canberra Entertainment Card holders can get a 25 % discount.