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Fire and spice and all things nice are on the table at this hot South Perth restaurant, a specialist in traversing both Indian and Nepalese cuisines in the course of one meal. Fire & Spice Fusion Restaurant is true to its name – while it’s not fusion in the more commonly accepted sense of (East) Asian fusion, this is one restaurant committed to joining the dots between India and Nepal over the spine of the Himalayas. Located in the Meadowvale Shopping Centre on the the corner of Mill Point Road and Meadowvale Avenue, Fire & Spice is a popular spot for a bite to eat while locals are out and about, and a destination for Perth foodies serious about South Asian cuisine, so be sure to book a table in advance.
I haven't been here for a awhile and forgot how really great and tasty food is. The portions were ample and we all enjoyed our shared meal and we all also agree that we will definitely coming back again soon.
The med curry was a little on the mild side. The cutlery was not replaced for the main course resulting in a small fork for munching the curry. Otherwise, very good.
Food was good, wait time was long considering there were only 2 other tables occupied. Some complimentary pappadums would have been nice as most other similar restaurants do.
Fire & Spice Fusion Restaurant promises to take its guests on a gastronomic journey through the cuisines of India and Nepal from its welcoming premises in South Perth. Their chicken momo – Nepalese dumplings that draw on the culinary traditions of neighbouring China – are an instant classic essential as a starter. Go one further and order up a half dozen of the chef’s special sizzling momo, deep-fried and cooked with onion, capsicum and Fire & Spice’s house-made sweet chilli sauce. If you’re one of those Perth people that like your spice, go for the chilli chicken, chilli garlic prawns, chilli garlic pork, or the crispy-fried chilli squid.
Being at least half an Indian restaurant, you can get a classic butter chicken – it’s a Perth favourite – but we highly recommend going for the chef’s special rogan josh, tender lamb cooked in a blend of spices and a tomato and onion gravy. There are some fantastic dishes, too, for a truly Himalayan dinner. Another Fire & Spice special is the goat curry, while the goat vindaloo is a classic and very hot Indian dish. For those with a more timid palate, try the goat coconut curry, recalling the tropical climes of Goa(t). There are plenty of options for vegetarians at this South Perth restaurant, including the house potato or eggplant curries and the Fire & Spice Royal Curry, with paneer cottage cheese cooked in a rich, creamy and subtly spiced tomato-based gravy. Find Fire & Spice Fusion restaurant on Mill Point Road for peerless Indian and Nepalese food.