We started going to Kebab N Kurry back in the 80's, when it was nearly the only Indian restaurant in the area. Now there are dozens of Indian restaurants, but this one is still hanging in there. The decor is very simple; the tables are glass-covered. You can peek through a window at the kitchen, were I could see two men working (on a Friday night).
The wait staff here used to be all Indians, but now Indians work in IT and the wait staff were Americans. Service was prompt and efficient.
The menu is quite extensive, with many vegetarian options as well as all manner of meat options. They do not have a liquor license but welcome you to bring your own. Wine glasses were promptly provided. Of course, this makes for an inexpensive dinner.
I had lamb korma, very tasty. Onion kulcha bread was excellent. My wife was pleased with her malai kofta kashmiri.
One thing to note: the lunch buffet, while a good value, is served at sort of an average spice level. For dinner, you can specify how spicy you want your food.
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