Fresh Curry Indian Restaurant have been at it for over 20 years in Sydney, having started their first popular Indian eatery at Bondi Junction in the mid-90s. In their Arncliffe digs on Firth Street they show off a reliable quality of authentic Indian dishes with a confidence and touch of flair that can only come from feeding a loyal fan base for two decades. For those not already in the club, the kind of things you can enjoy here range from the predictable (saag, vindaloo, korma, rogan josh, biryani, jalfrezi and the rest of the old guard) to the eyebrow-raising (try the fish do-piazza with shallots and herbs, or the very rustic and mouthwatering goat on the bone), the dainty (the fish fuska pastry puff stuffed with spicy fish mince is an interesting way to start the meal) to the hefty, and the mild to tongue-tingling when it comes to spice, so everybody can find something to suit them, making Fresh Curry a great place for group dining!
The food was delicious, the goat curry the best I have tasted for a long time. The service staff girl was friendly and smiling and accommodating . It was cheap and I would definitely return.