The Age Cheap Eat from 2004 - 2007
This very popular cafe increased its size in 2003 but the decor is still very simple. The food, however, is a good as ever and comes quickly from the baine-marie or the kitchen. Pan-Indian dishes and beyond. Very cheerful staff even when it's busy, which is often.
The Age Cheap Eats 2006 It's no rich maharajah's diningroom but the wide range of cheap, flavourful curries, and free BYO, make this a place where anyone can eat like a king. The kitchen's focus is mainly south Asian.
The Age Cheap Eats 2005 "WITH its laminated tables, plastic plates and bain-marie, Rich Maha is no Taj Mahal. Nevertheless, their food is fit for royalty. Join the throng of spice-lovers who pack the house".
The Age Cheap Eats 2004 "THE recent expansion of Rich Maha means that fewer people will have to eat perched on the pavement. Not that they aren't willing to do so. There's a roti-making demonstration to behold while they wait for the wonderful curries".
Sunday Herald Sun, sunday magazine, eating out, 2003, Sally Fisher. Chef Kratan is producing fine Malaysian, Indian, Chinese and Sri Lankan food.