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Curry & Kabab
Posted by anonymous on 09/27/2009
I arrived at the restaurant at 2.30 pm, there were 2 waiters and the place was busy. We ordered Chicken Dildar (i ask for double pineapple), it was full of taste, I also ordered Shrimp Tandoori, it was a bit spicy but i asked for spicy. My food arrrived late because the place was busy, but it was reasonable. My drink was Mango Lachi, it was delicate. After lunch, the waiter gave me a cup of tea. I asked what it was made of, he told me it was Cinnomon , Bey Leaf and ginger, i favored it alot.
Posted by muttke on 09/19/2009
I ordered delivery through their internet service. It arrived promptly. I ordered Chicken Tikka Mussalam. It was reasonable. Neither here nor there. I did order some Baklava that when tasted 6 hours later or so was inedible. I called to have the item removed from my credit card, the manager told me it was impossible, because I had ordered through their internet service. He made every effort to rectify the problem, but was thwarted by the internet service. Do not use the internet service. You cannot be refunded if you use the internet service. Seems like a fair to middling indian restaurant. You won't be poisoned (as long as you don't get dessert), but you won't be impressed.
Posted by local foodie on 08/27/2009
My husband and I have been regulars at curry and kabab for 7 years. We enjoyed it when it was on Broadway and now on Amsterdam avenue. Recently, we have been exceptionally pleased with our meals. We don't know what has changed but all the food tastes even better then it already did and the portions are enormous. The staff is so friendly we always feel at home when we eat here. For us, Curry and Kabab is the only indian restaurant on the west side worth going to.
Posted by anonymous on 07/12/2009
the buffet at this restaurant was awesome. There is good variety and the food iz delicious. The chiken tikka dupiaza was great. i tried all of it and it was all great. the chana shaag was a lttle spicy, but it was still good. There are reasonable prices there as well.
Posted by Patinder on 07/11/2009
I am currently a student at Long Island University, I am from Pakistan and I seriously disagree with anybody who has anything to say against this resteraunt. Being a college student and all I barely have any time to go out and eat but I still make sure that I make it to the weekend buffet. The various amounts of food and variety is astonishing, they have so much food in the buffet, they always make sure that the buffet is full. Every hour there is a guy refilling the food with a fresh new batch. They put out some of their best dishes and never hold back on anything. I love their food and their service is great as well.
Posted by Tom on 07/09/2009
One of the best Indian Restuarant to me..Im a vegetarian and they have the best Alo motor Gobi. The spice is perfect in there food. My favorite is there Mango Lassi very tasty. The appatizer vegetable somasa was perfect. The service was great as well. Very Fine restaurant. I recomend this place to try out
Posted by Anonymous on 07/05/2009
Had delivery and totally disappointed. The food was completely inedible- flavors were totally off, paneer was tasteless, spice was just a ton of chili powder. I'm Indian and I know decent Indian food- this was seriously awful and I wouldn't recommend to anyone