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Curry & Kabab
Posted by James P. on 05/28/2012
I always come to this restaurant when I have a feel for Indian food. Their naan has got to be the softest! I also like the service there they care about their customers and make sure we are comfortable and satisfied. Don't pass this place up it's great!
Posted by thomson on 04/15/2012
i went to the curry and Kabab with my family,on Saturday thinking that i was going to spend a lot of money on this food but when i walked in i saw a 12.95 all you can eat buffet and i was really fascinated. i did not know how the food tasted so i asked a nice employee and she told me to try the rice with some chicken tikka masala and she was right i suddly fell in love i will surely go again!
Posted by epoh4 on 04/06/2012
What's your best lamb dish I asked. Mild or spicy he offered...um medium to mild I said. Then the curry or the madras. I chose lamb madras...in a thick tomato-y ruby sauce with a slick of oil on top. Uh..oh..spooned it over my basmati rice. Licked the spoon. Deep flavor, then the tongue, mouth, throat slow burn! Wow, this was good! Made my eyes water, the heat a little beyond what I thought I liked - but it was good sensation and delicious! Just remember yogurt or lassi to go with it in case you need to dial it down!
Posted by Tony on 03/24/2012
Went there on Saturday, the buffet was amazing. They have a great variety of items to choose from. My favorite which was the Mango Lassi. I personally love the way their mango lassi taste. I think if you want great tasting Indian food then this is the place to go to.
Posted by anonymous on 02/11/2012
The place is very nice and the food was stupendous but the employees are the best part.
Posted by best indin nyc food on 12/24/2011
I visited there over my break with my family and the food was great, it wasnt too spicy but it wa sa good amount. The employees were kind and were willing to serve even though they forgot my water twice. Other than that it was a great experience.
Posted by anonymous on 12/13/2011
The chicken dildar tasted like pineapple goo, no spices, no depth of taste whatsoever! The saag paneer was sad, sad, sad, a watered down, tasteless mess. The mulligatawny soup tasted like they'd skimmed the liquid off the top of the Dahl (lentil sauce) and poured some oil in it. And for $11 I think you're allowed to expect more than a teeny container of chicken (maybe takeout is just smaller than sit-in portions?). My friend and I both were pretty annoyed at how disappointing it all was.