Variety, they say, is the spice of life, and down on Wigram Street in the Harris Park neighbourhood near Parramatta, they’ve taken that adage and applied it to their menu. The Spice of Life is an Indian restaurant that brings a huge range of influences to the table, with an array of curries, side dishes and kebabs that are famed in Sydney and beyond. Don’t just take our word for it though – head out to the Western Suburbs and find out for yourself.
The food seemed fresh and was delicious.We opted for the lunch buffet which was very reasonable with a decent spread. You have to order the breads and the sweets additionally.Overall the staff responsive and polite.Would recommend to friends.
great service, great food and a good experience. the staff were professional . the food was reasonably priced. it was fast service . will go again
We found the restaurant to be well kept, bright, airy and comfortable. The staff were very friendly and welcoming. The two stand-out dishes were the yellow dhal and methi chicken - exceptional! Good value for money.
Spice of Life, on Wigram Street in Harris Park, is well-known among the Indian food aficionados of nearby Parramatta and throughout the Western Suburbs, and now their fame is spreading beyond just the outer edges of Sydney. With a menu that encompasses all the best that the subcontinent has to offer, they can be relied upon to produce dishes which suit the needs of any party, and are a particular pleasure for vegetarians, vegans and those requiring gluten-free dishes.
The menu at Harris Park’s Spice of Life Indian restaurant is the obvious draw, and it is best enjoyed in a large group, which allows for sharing. The traditional thali includes a selection of curries, and is tailored with vegetarians in mind. Their tandoor is among the best in the Parramatta neighbourhood, and churns out a superb variety of kebabs and breads to keep punters coming back to Wigram Street time and time again. In fact, their local following is so strong that it can be difficult to secure a seat: reserve a table in advance to avoid disappointment.