Find succulent, diverse Indian meals in this restaurant, just opposite the Avon Cinema. Choose to dine in the formal dining room or the glassed-in ... More
Find succulent, diverse Indian meals in this restaurant, just opposite the Avon Cinema. Choose to dine in the formal dining room or the glassed-in porch, which offers a nice view of the foot traffic on Thayer Street. The vegetable pakoras are a treat, and Sundays buffet brunch is very popular with the locals. It offers a full range of Indian cuisines, including Tandoori Chicken; curry, saag and vegetable dishes like Alu Gobhi (cauliflower and potatoes); and, of course, a range of kabob entrees cooked over a charcoal fire.
Kabob and Curry is fantastic! I have been to a lot of Indian restaurants in my day and Kabob and Curry is among the best. Their trio of chutneys is to die for. Flavors were robust and ingredients were extremely fresh. I Highly recommend the Sunday brunch.
The only place restaurant near the Brown campus worth going to. Their all you can eat buffet on Sundays is a good deal. For less than $10 you can get tandorii chicken, lentil soup, cucumber salad, lamb/chicken curry, naan and much much more. The food is very good too! Not like any buffets I've been to. If you love to eat good food and a lot of it go on a Sunday (lunch buffet). The staff there is really nice too. My friend wanted to order naan, but the waiter told him to just get some from me (I was doing the buffet and he wasn't). So we saved $3.
With so many places to choose from, sometimes it's hard deciding where to go. But if you're in the mood for a little spice, Kabob and Curry provides just that. Lots of natural light, great selection, and very well priced. It's a great place to take a date or to take a book.
This restaurant has the best Samosas. Their curries are creamy and rich. The portions are quite large on entree orders. Just about everything on the menu is mouthwatering. The most original Nan could be a meal in itself. Their Garlic and cheese Nan is my favorite. If you are ever in Providence then check it out! Order non spicy and not hot for the faint of heart
I honestly feel that Kabob N Curry are the best. There are quite a few other Indian restaurants in my area of RI, and I have been to them all, but I keep coming back to this one. The food tastes like authentic Indian fare that has not been adjusted to conform to the tastes of American palates. That is definitely a good thing! The only downside is that sometimes the waitstaff do not quite understand English well enough to pick up some of the finer points (for instance if you want extra something or other, or if you want to know if there is XYZ in the sauce) but that has only happened a couple of times and they are always willing to bring someone over who can help. Other than that, I don't have any complaints about them! I would recommend them hands down and I will continue to bring my out of state visitors back to eat there.
This is a cozy little restaurant near Brown University, very popular, but nothing special if you're fond of authentic Indian food. The dishes are rather Americanized, & while they taste good, nothing had the spice & zing that I'm used to in better Indian food. Not as complex or creative as the upscale California Indian restaurants, nor as fiery as the hole-in-the-wall Indian joints filled with Chennai expats in the SF Bay Area. Still, the service was excellent, the prices were fair, & the portions satisfying. Strangely, the mojitos are really good -- not what you'd expect in a curry place.
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