Choose Between Two Options
- $9 for $15 worth of Indian street food
- $27 for three Groupons, each good for $15 worth of Indian street food ($45 total value)
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No one would ever look askance at street food if it were all made like the Indian snacks at Curry On. The restaurant's meats are soaked in from-scratch marinades and then cooked in small batches, to be assembled as customers order them. But not everything relies on meat—in fact, many dishes either come vegan or can be made that way. (Gluten-free options also abound.)
Some of Curry On's dishes, such as samosas and chicken tikka masala, are familiar from restaurant menus, but many offer surprising flavor combinations and serving methods that are rarely seen stateside. There's a grilled-potato sandwich with ketchup, evoking some of the pleasures of french fries; a griddled-egg paratha roll brightened by chutney; and pani puri, hollow bread shells partly filled with potato and meant to serve as little cups for a chilled, tangy broth.
If you have trouble deciding, don't worry: just ask and you'll find "friendly service and informed advice," according to The Ann Arbor News—plus, just about everything "hits a lot of pleasure centers." The chefs are always adding new inventions to the menu, and they're happy to make any dish extra spicy upon request. To cool down, there's fresh-brewed chai and lassi.