Always the BEST Indian food on Long Island
Lovely meal although restaurant was very busy nothing seemed too much trouble for the staff. The food was excellent loved the lemon rice.
The food was ok. The decor is good. Not the biggest fan of the service. Had a fly in the water, and the waiter was careless and spilled water all over the table
Food is so delicious with lightening fast preparation. They are always so nice and kind. And food is delicious. I once had a container break and all the food spill from my pick up order and didn’t notice till I got home. they sent someone to my house with a replacement. Great customer service!
Steve is the best! Food is excelle t🍴🍴🍴
Good to go with more than 2 people to share. Portions are large & a little pricey so sharing is a way to sample more than a few things. Food & service r very good.
The food is so flavorful. We always knew that meat eaters love their food, but they also have amazing options for vegitarisns. Highly recommend.
Nice , cozy place and good food!!!
From Our Editors
Vindalu curries hail from Goa, a state in western India. Kadai curries are a specialty of Pakistan. And so-called special club curries trace their lineage to the imperial kitchens of the Mughal dynasty, centuries in the past. Chefs at The Curry Club pay homage to these time-honored recipes as they add touches of flavor to medleys of veggies, meats, and seafood. Besides perfecting the restaurant's titular dish, they also hide spiced potatoes and peas inside samosas' crispy crusts, roast skewered lamb pieces in a clay oven, and marinate tandoori chicken overnight to lock in juices likely to sneak out after curfew.
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