When it comes to finding a curry house in Sydney, you’ll find yourself lost with an abundance of choice for Indian restaurants and curry houses, and they are sprouting up like the Thai food restaurant era. So how do you know which one is the better restaurant to visit? Which curry house do you choose – North Indian Curry or South Indian Curry? Let’s take a look…
Like any culturally diverse cuisine, Indian restaurants serve an array of similar but different dishes. This is all because of a number of key factors such as; what region in India is this curry from? North Indian curry flavours Vs South Indian curry? Who’s cooking that curry and what recipe did they learn from grandma’ back in the day? And so on and so forth.
Did you know? Curry Lovers in Epping is a local curry house serving a range of curry dishes derived from North Indian cuisine. Check out their menu here and see all choices available online.
There’s a significant difference between each curry dish, the way it’s made, and the spices used to define its flavour. For example, the south-Indian curries are generally more focus on a watery-styled curry packed with spice, you get that extra-tangy flavour in a soup-like curry dish when buying your dinner from a South Indian restaurant.
Flip to the North of Indian, and you’ll find a range of curries generally made with a base sauce of Ginger, Garlic, Onions, and Tomatoes – thicker, richer styled curry sauces that tend to be on the more medium-spice side.
But which curry is better?
North Indian or South Indian curry? For many Australians all over Sydney, North Indian curry would be the main pick and the favourite choice. With slightly less spice, and rich bold flavours as well as range of curries that can suite even the most discerning diner, you’ll find North Indian curry houses in most places across the city and country!
Why is North Indian Curry more popular in Sydney?
Well, who doesn’t love the mild sweet flavours of Butter Chicken! It’s the perfect all rounder curry that even the kids will love. So, when it comes to family dining, North Indian cuisine will accommodate everyone at the table.
Mild spice to extra spicy, vegan or vegetarian, meat lovers and seafood lovers – North Indian curry is diverse in flavour and perfect for sharing.
What are the most popular North Indian curries served at Indian restaurants?
Glad you asked! Some of the most popular curry dishes from North Indian curry houses include; Butter Chicken, Lamb Korma, Chicken Tikka Masala, Saag Paneer, Daal Tadka, Daal Makhani and Beef Vindaloo – just to name a few.
Try your new favourite curry today at Curry Lovers Epping! This is one of Sydney’s newest and best Indian curry houses serving a range of curry choices from North Indian cuisine to Asian-Indo dining.