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Curry at the Rocks, Millers Point.

October 18, 2013

It’s Friday night  and we are in need of a feed, so its back to Curry at the Rocks, a perennial favourite and very much our local ‘home ground’. Pre-dinner night drinks at the Lord Nelson (serving a most excellent Red Ale) beforehand then on to see our old friend Ali.

Curry at the Rocks  curry-at-the-rocks-great

Ambience
Located  in colourful surrounds at the end of Kent Street, this unassuming cafe style restaurant isn’t going to win any awards for decor or style but comfortable and pleasant with a relaxed atmosphere . Great for watching passers by and nicely busy for an early Friday booking.

Service
Ali and the staff as friendly, welcoming and keen to please as ever, with prompt service. We had phoned ahead and Ali had kindly popped down to the fish market to pick up a nice snapper for a special dish requested by our Guru.

Food
Started with the assorted Tandoori Sampler and then a selection of mains including Rara Lamb, Special Fish (Maacher  Jhol), Bhindi Dopiaza (Okra), Dal Tadka with lashings of Roti. All good and tasty. The Lamb could have been a tad spicier. Stand out dish- Maacher  Jhol.

Wine
Some fantastic BYO wine this evening:
2007 Tim Adams Cabernet Malbec
2008 Tyrrell’s Rufus Stone Heathcote Shiraz
2010 St Johns Zinfandel (big, robust and gorgeous)

Value
Average at $50 a head including the special and assorted sundries.

Overall Score
6.8/10

Our local no frills family restaurant, all in all a good experience as always.

http://www.curryattherocksindian.com.au/

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