The Star of India completes the trio of curry houses on Castle Hill, the Cambridge Curry Centre and the Maharajah being the other two establishments ... More
Star of India (The)
The Star of India completes the trio of curry houses on Castle Hill, the Cambridge Curry Centre and the Maharajah being the other two establishments in this neck of the woods. Inside, The Star of India isn't quite as up-market as the Maharajah, but you'll still be able to relax in the surroundings. The Star attracts a varied clientele, but is particularly popular with students. If the restaurant is not too busy then you'll be in for a pleasant night out, but if it is jam-packed then you may find that the service is occasionally hurried. The Star of India provides all styles of curry. Hot, cold, non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks are available.
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