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Posted by Bete on 05/28/2009
I ate here recently and was extremely disappointed. Decor is dingy, like a waffle house, and the restaurant was not clean. Saag paneer tasted like it was made with canned spinach. Chicken tikka was off, tasted past-due. Service was okay.
Posted by Rey on 03/13/2009
The food here isnt so good. I went there once, thought the food was bland, and never went back.
Posted by Emmy on 02/10/2009
My friend and I ate there last weekend. We ordered different things from the menu but when our food arrived, it looked exactly the same. Our waiter told us it was different but... Chicken was not good. The naan bread is fantastic. Service is quick but if they are just going to serve you whatever they like then it should be. I wont be going back here, especially with all the other choices.
Posted by Roko on 02/06/2009
Overall: This is a great Indian restaurant. I am a huge fan of Indian cuisine and I have been to about 20 Indian restaurants in the city, this is how Curry Leaf compares: Food: I have had about half of the dishes on the menu and none of them were ever disappointing. (I usually ask for all white meat with chicken dishes) Decor: It looks like your average Indian restaurant. Seating arrangement is nice, and 2 of the walls are pure windows so even the person facing "the wall" has a view. Service: Like your usual Indian restaurant, the service is great and attentive.
Posted by Serge on 01/10/2009
Very nice staff and warm atmosphere. Soulless and blunt food.
Posted by CW on 08/30/2008
Just popped in there today (Saturday) because they do a prix-fixe lunch. I had chicken tikka masala, aloo gobi, and naan. The chicken was a bit tough and flavorless, although the sauce was decent but lacking complexity. The aloo gobi was almost tasteless. The naan, however, was delicious and fresh from the oven. Service was professional. I wouldn't bother going there again as the food (other than the naan) was lackluster.
Posted by FoodGood on 08/05/2008
So I like food with a burst of flavor. I also like my meats very tender, to the point you dont even need a knife. Curry leaf accomplishes this. Their curries are the most flavorful ive ever tried and not too much of a yogurt flavor. Try the Chicken Tikka Marsala and the Rogan Josh. I ALWAYS order those dishes. And dont forget the Mango Lassi for those yogurt lovers. Thicker than most places I must say.