Sydneysiders are difficult diners to please, with so many restaurants for them to choose between, and it takes a lot to impress them when they go out for a meal. Those of them living in Eastern Suburbs of Sydney do not have to worry: they have Indian Leaf, a curry house of some renown on McEvoy Street in Waterloo, where they offer up Indian specialities in a welcoming and stylish atmosphere. They are open from 12 noon onwards, and offer specialities for both lunch and dinner, so book a table and set a course.
Sydney is hardly lacking in great places to go out for a meal, and Waterloo is a suburb that an above-average number of eateries call home. Those in the Eastern Suburbs with a taste for spice can do a lot worse than heading to Indian Leaf on McEvoy Street – easily-accessible via Green Square station and the Eastern Distributor Motorway – for an Indian meal of superlative quality, with a menu that takes in all that is good in one of the world’s great cuisines.
The curry cognoscenti are aware that an Indian restaurant live or die on the balancing act between the classics of the genre that diners know and love, while also keeping customers guessing with a range of specials that reward repeat visits. Indian Leaf edges towards Southern Indian specialities, with dosas and vegetarian dishes to the fore, as well as offering an exceptional range of biryanis that they like to think of as their house specials. Sydney is an Indian food lover’s paradise, and Waterloo holds up its end of the bargain here on McEvoy Street – so book your table now and get over to the Eastern Suburbs.