Saturday, November 21, 2009


We invited our friend Emily to join us for our trip to Currylicious. We had heard good things and were excited to try it because we love the name.

We started with veggie samosas which were good, but we're not sure we'd go as far as to call them samosalicious.

Briana got Chicken Tandoori . The spices were great. Big chunks of tender chicken. Tandoorific! It was served on bed of sauteed onions and peppers.

Emily had the Sada Bhindi (okra with tomatoes and spices). She gave it a thumbs up, but we don't know if she would call it okralicious, Em?

Steve had Chicken Tikka Masala. It was OK, but Steve thought it was a little too salty. Briana thought it needed more flavor. We'd say it was Chicken Tikka Masalaverage.

The naan was kind of a let down; bland and papery. Definitely not naantastic. On the plus side, Currylicious offers free bottomless chai tea. We can't think of a pun for chai, but we don't blame the restaurant for that.

Prices are very reasonable, but the portions are kind of small. Good if you have a problem with eating Indian food until you feel sick, like we often do.

The front section of the restaurant is small, but there is supposedly a big room in the back, which was closed for a private fashion show the night we went. I know, weird right?

We give Currylicious 3.5 Sabuys (out of a possible 5 Sabuys).

The food didn't blow our minds, but was great for the price. We're tempted to give Currylicious an extra half-Sabuy just for the name.




Sada Bhindi


Kitchen Crew

Good to know!

Next stop Marica!

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