Great Food..loved the Biriyani, Boti kebabs, fried fish and Chicken Nihari..definitely one of the best Indian food in the Seattle Area.
This is hands-down the best Indo-Pakistani cuisine in the greater Seattle area, assuming you're not vegetarian. Don't get the wrong, the vegetarian food here is decent, but it's the meat dishes that really shine. The owner is very friendly, and is usually walking around the dining room taking orders and making conversation.
Wad take-out for a handful of people. The order was taken and processed quickly, correctly and with a smile. The food was exactly as ordered and very good. The medium spicy curry was indeed medium spicy and tasty. The lamb and chicken was tender, the rice right and the garlic naan very good. There was a small waiting area and... More
I love this place for authentic non-vegetarian food. Their Naan is really soft and tasty. Try garlic naan with kadhai chicken or chicken dum biryani.
The entrees are easily enough food for two so order accordingly and/or you'll have leftovers for lunch, yea! Our waiter did not speak English, I asked if they had any wine and was told "Kingfisher" which I am guessing is the only beer they have. Our order appeared in literally a minute which seemed a bit rushed to me. The... More
Had an early dinner here last week and thought it was pretty good. It wasn't busy and we had good service. Some diners may think the staff is rude because they don't respond as expected -- some don't speak English and simply can't understand or be understood. I asked a woman who looked to be in charge for a suggestion... More
I dined at Naan-N-Curry after work on a Monday early-evening. The dining room was pleasant; and staff were available and courteous. The food, however, was a letdown, and prices were high for an Indian restaurant. The vegetable pakora consisted of a small plate of uniform, small bits of some vegetable (might have been cauliflower, but I couldn't tell because they... More
Naan-n-curry has very good food, however our experience was over shadowed by some of the rudest staff members. I live in the area and adore good Indian cooking, but will never go back to this establishment due to the rudeness presented to us.
This is a nice place to eat with good food and very efficient. It is busy during lunch so you cannot just sit and talk. They do have great Naan that I have actually stopped in to get to serve at home.
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