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Curry at The Rocks - Indian Restaurant

27 Kent Street, Millers Point (sydney)

Telephone (02) 9247 2020

Distance calculated from Sydney

Serving Curry, Asian, Seafood, Vegetarian, Indian.

Average of 4 reviews

  • 3.8 / 5 Food
  • 3.6 / 5 Ambience
  • 3.6 / 5 Service
  • 4 / 5 Value
  • 15 / 20 Overall

White Wine from Wine List


2008 Bella South Classic Dry White (WA)

$ 7 glass

$ 24 bottle

This is a blend of predominantly Sauvignon Blanc, with Semillon, Chardonnay and Chenin Blanc, from the Blackwood Valley and Margaret River. 2008 gave good yields of fruit in excellent condition. Generous lifted passionfruit and melon, with some minerals on the middle palate, and a persistent, dry finish.


2008 Pebble Row Sauvignon Blanc (NZ)

$ 7 glass

$ 26 bottle

Bright pale straw colour with a green tinge and water like hue. Herbaceous grassy unripe gooseberry aromas followed by a touch of lemon. Clean crisp acid finish with aftertaste of gooseberry, passionfruit and citrus.


2008 West Cape Howe Semillon Sauvignon Blanc (WA)

$ 7 glass

$ 27 bottle

Pale lemon yellow, brilliant clarity. A fully aromatic wine, the nose is displaying herbal, citrus notes, green bean characters with lovely florals, a touch of capsicum and grassy characters. The palate has a refreshing acidity and a zingy texture. Good tropical fruit combined with citrus, spotlessly clean, braced by a touch of mineral, great intensity. A well-balanced style with a long, clean and refreshing finish.


2008 Cuttaway Hill Sauvignon Blanc (NSW)

$ 7 glass

$ 25 bottle

An even vintage with cool nights and warm days during ripening resulting in wines of strong varietal character and complexity with typical cool climate delicacy, balance and longevity.
This traditional blend has a vibrant colour with lifted gooseberry and herbaceous aromas carrying through to a tropical palate and a fresh finish for an easy drinking style.


2008 Dunsborough Hills Chardonnay (WA)

$ 7 glass

$ 28 bottle

The fruit was grown at Metricup, north of Margaret River township, by premium grower Daryl Jennings.
The wine was fermented dry, filtered, stabilised and bottled. No Malo, no stirring on lees, no sugar, no oak. It is our belief that this simple approach is the best way to handle top quality fruit.