A stone’s throw from the Curl Curl coastline, just north of Manly and the Sydney CBD, is where you’ll find Asian haven, Wooden Spice. This Pitt Road restaurant is brimming with Asian dishes that are sure to invigorate your senses in all the right ways. Not only that, but the design of the space, and the chic wooden furnishings have turned this Asian eatery into the coolest spot in town. You’ll find a menu with delights ranging from homemade steamed pork buns, Javanese chicken and noodle dishes with a real kick to them. But don’t take our word for it, book a table and try Wooden Spice for yourself – you definitely won’t be disappointed.
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Love the food, unique Asian fresh delicious. Popular with locals.
Lovely local Asian food restaurants. Small, informal and pleasant. Most important, great food. San choi bow was great entre, and the veggies with tofu.
North Curl Curl is home to seriously good surf, and even better restaurants, so it’s no surprise that it’s home to one of Sydney’s best Asian eateries. Chic and stylish, Wooden Spice is an Asian gourmand’s delight, and you’ll find a blend of Thai, Sichuan, Japanese and Malay dishes, among others, on offer here, perfect for when your party can’t all agree on the one cuisine. Visiting North Curl Curl is a perfect day trip out of the hustle and bustle of the inner Sydney suburbs, and lies just north of Manly, so it makes sense that after a perfect day exploring this neck of the woods, you’ll be in need of some nourishment, coming of course, in the form of Wooden Spice.
The menu is packed with some seriously high quality fare, and we love going with a group of friends and sampling a few delicious items from their extensive menu. Begin with the homemade steamed pork buns topped with sriracha chilli sauce and the vegetable curry puffs to get those tastebuds going. Before moving onto the Wooden Spice signature of slow braised wagyu beef, grilled and marinated in a special papa style sauce, or the outstanding Javanese corn fed chicken, cooked in three phases in an Indonesian satay sauce. You’ll find Wooden Spice along Pitt Road, and with all their delicious choices, they do tend to fill up so booking ahead is recommended.