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September 9, 2012
What You'll Get
The Indian subcontinent is a giant piece of naan that drifted slowly through the ocean before slamming its flavors into Eurasia. Align your face's tectonic plates to give the continent a nibble in return with today's deal: for $15, you get $30 worth of Pakistani and Indian cuisine at Kabab & Curry, located in Williamsville. This Groupon is not valid for buffet dining, delivery, or the lunch box special.
Kabab & Curry spices up palates with a menu full of piquant plates from Pakistan and India that make the face shine and the tongue wet its buds in anticipation. Enter the South-Asian-style dining establishment, open wide, and walk straight into a papri chaat appetizer—a medley of boiled chick peas, potatoes, and homemade biscuits drowning in tamarind sauce and yogurt ($3.95). Entrees can be spiced according to your preferred level of flavor (mild, medium, spicy, hot, and tongue-on-a-powerline) and include tasty options like the lamb curry, a dish of boneless sheep soaked in a sauce of onion and yogurt ($13.95), or the herbed and spiced mixture of cauliflower and potatoes that self-manifests as Gobi Aloo ($9.95). Order up some traditional accompaniment with a bread selection such as the tandoor-fired Acha Paratha, which is two butter-smashing layers of whole wheat dough ($2.95).
Anti-gluten gourmands can take pleasure in various dosas (crepes made from a lentil and rice batter), while sweetetarians can snag a dessert such as kheer, a traditional pudding whose ricey mounds are enhanced by almonds and pistachios. Kabab & Curry’s online menu one-ups lesser menus by offering illustrations for every item, enabling diners to stare at their future meal until tears flow from their eyes—a bodily process necessary for digestion.
Kabab & Curry won Best Dessert in the 2009 Taste of Buffalo restaurant awards for their kheer (rice pudding). Buffalo News featured the restaurant. Six Yelpers give it an average of four stars, and 82% of nearly 200 Urbanspooners recommend it:
- Since discovering Kabab & Curry, the Pakistani-Indian restaurant on Transit Road in Amherst, I’ve made the pilgrimage at least a half-dozen times. – Andrew Z. Galarneau, Buffalo News
- We've never been disappointed. Wide array of traditional breads, fabulous lassis, great samosas. Always too full for dessert, but my husband swears by the mango ice cream. – Pat Duke, Urbanspoon
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 23, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid for delivery. Not valid for lunch box special or buffet. Tax and gratuity not included. No cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Kabab & Curry
The expansive menu of Kabab & Curry caters to a wide range of culinary preferences by presenting a variety of vegetarian dishes and allowing guests to customize the spiciness of their dishes by choosing mild, medium, spicy, or "I Promised Myself I Wouldn't Cry." The welcoming staff prides itself on cooking fine Indian and Pakistani dishes in addition to providing attentively affable customer care amid an environment that exudes a warmth to match the eatery’s cuisine. Since the crafting of curry incorporates myriad spices, the eatery boasts a curry unique to its establishment that can be prepared with meat or vegetarian ingredients. Traditional tandoori dishes as well as chicken, lamb, beef, and seafood entrees fill out the bulk of the menu, and a selection of lentil crêpes, naan, and savory soups longs for the chance to win Best Supporting Actor or Dish. The restaurant also performs catering services, a more responsible way to deliver its cuisine than putting the building on a flatbed truck every time it gets an order.