A very pleasant place with very good and extremely tasty food and friendly service. Price standard.
I was there with my wife and we ordered a number of our favourite dishes. All were perfect.
Really worth a try.
I want my money back.
I wanted to smack the waiter.
I wanted to throw my food at the chef.
I went to McDonalds down the street for comfort food
While we were on a short stay in London we visited this place as it was close to our hotel. To be honest this was a very disappointing experience. It felt like a tourist trap.
I asked for a mixed vegetable curry and the waiter said (not recommended) 'I bring you a vegetable balti, that one is better' and more expensive 7,50 instead of 4,75. :-( As I was really surprised I didn't object. The was no rice coming aside with the meal, I think it was charged with around 3 pound per person. When we ask for one peshawari naan (round flat dough-cake) the waiter said we would need two as one is not enough for both of us and showed us a 4-5inch (10-12cm) round. In fact the two breads came in exactly the size you know from other indian restaurants (around 8 inch or 20cm).
The food itself was OK, but not special at all. I have no idea where the difference between the two vegetable curries has been, as the recommended one looked for me not special at all. The naan, however, was good.
We were eating outside in the court yard, which felt pretty cramped, inside the place looks nicer but it was a very warm evening so we decided to stay outside.
Summing all up I wouldn't recommend this place to anyone. It was notably more expensive than we expected from the menu, which wouldn't have been a problem if the delivered goods would have been better than average, which they haven't been.
hmm, well well, i ve been der and i must say d decor is expansive and feels like a hall or a darbar of a maharaja, i really loved the ambience, if u got indian gurls in ur kitty neat place to hit on deck, apart from dat i felt well the shisha was not done properly for me the service took too long, i like my idea of havin sheesha wid kebabs, and the shisha and lamb kebabs were good here, but d serving size for d plate left me wanderin as i really felt it wasnt too fair, that kept me not tryin to experiment too much cuz i was in a mood for fish and went for d chicken tikka masala which was priced fairly, truly nice, trust worthy place but d prices might pinch u a bit. cheers
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Curry Place provides a unique, friendly ambiance of authentic Indian culture. Exploring the finest of Indian cuisine by infusing every dish with Indian ingredients. Whatever you are celebrating, Curry Place's friendly ambiance is a welcoming setting for all to enjoy with quality and luxury creating a unforgettable experience.
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