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Reviewed November 27, 2011
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What You'll Get
The Indian subcontinent is a giant piece of naan that drifted slowly through the ocean before slamming its flavours into Eurasia. Align your face's tectonic plates to give the continent a nibble in return with today's deal to Curry's on Wellington Road. Choose between two options:
- For $17, you get $35 worth of traditional Indian cuisine and drinks at dinner (Sunday–Thursday 5 p.m.–10 p.m., Friday 5 p.m.–11 p.m., Saturday 4 p.m.–11 p.m.)
- For $10, you get $20 worth of traditional Indian cuisine and drinks at lunch (11:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m. Monday–Friday only. )
The dinner and week-day lunch menus at Curry's catalogue an eclectic array of authentic Indian dishes. Ignite suppertime ingestion with a warming bowl of cumin tomato soup ($4.95), or opt for the bhel puri ($9.95), a mishmash of potato, tomato, onions, fresh coriander, puffed rice and basen sticks accompanied, like all hunger-fighting superheroes, by a tangy tamarind sauce. Herbivoyeurs too can spy their dinner companions enjoying the moong lentil curry ($9.95), in which green lentils vibe beautifully with ginger and spices.
Curry's lighter lunch ($11.95) includes basmati saffron rice and naan, plus an entree of your choosing from a wide selection that includes lamb vindaloo spiced to your tongue's and tear ducts' liking, butter chicken cooked in a silky butter and cream sauce, or saag aloo, a flavourful relay between spinach and potato. The larger lunch thalis option ($14.95) comes with all of the above options, plus an appetizer, soup, salad, and vegetable.
Friendly staff and authentic Indian cuisine combine to create a warm, casual atmosphere akin to wearing a onesie at a barbecue. Between the traditional eats and visual treats of Curry's, your culinary escape will grant you the physical and mental preparedness required to beat Sitar Hero on Hard Mode.
- The food was simply amazing. Potent flavors combined with a stunning visual display of food to create one of the finest Indian experiences we’ve had in London. – Andre, Feed The Sink
- I had lunch here last week and was impressed. The woman who greeted me was extremely friendly and the food was fantastic. – Suzanne P., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 3, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Subject to availability. Dine-in only. Not valid 2/14, 5/8 or 6/19. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
A statue of the elephant deity Ganesha watches over guests as they dine in his domain of red walls and gauzy curtains. Warm lighting and traditional Indian artwork harmonize with the vibrant tones of curry and tandoori dishes from around India. The banana pakora appetizer represents Curry's unique culinary sensibilities with banana slices dipped in chickpea batter. Of an extensive selection of chicken, shrimp, lamb, and vegetarian entrees, some are cooked in Indian-style yogourt sauce and all are seasoned mild, medium, or hot to order. Milder dishes include a traditional goat curry from the West Indies (the Caribbean) and western India, and the spicy menu includes Bombay potatoes inspired by British cuisine.