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First: Be clear: the food items we received were delicious! The food was delicious, however, two items were left out of our order as well as a sauce for another item. We called. He told me he was going to get in touch with the...More
Curry & Pie is one of the restaurants I went to the most during my time at Georgetown, because it really is perfect. To begin with, I do not believe that outside of Italy I have ever eaten at a place which managed to be...More
A true hole in the wall, very unpretentious and very inexpensive student hangout. But the food is exquisite. The chef has a nuanced touch and each dish is delicately and subtly flavored. Just an excellent dinner. But don’t expect fancy. College kids don’t have lots...More
We seated with the French fried chat for the table. Would order this again and again. Was a nice amount of food for $7.
We found the dishes perfect. Each one. We would definitely return.
Building is quaint.
Stopped here for a quick meal while packing up my daughters for the summer. The restaurant itself is quaint but small. We were seated in the upstairs dining room. It was a hot day and I do not believe the air conditioning was on. The...More
Late launch where we got Chicken Tandoori and Chicken Korma. Food pretty good but service rather slow. No alcoholic beverages which is a pros and cons depending how you look at it. Garlic nan bread not so good and rice not good as well. Nice...More
It’s a really small place and they didn’t take reservations, so prepare for a wait. But the food was worth it. The saag paneer pizza was phenomenal. My only ask would be for them to introduce more pizzas with Indian curry toppings.
Great food but one of the most disorganized restaurants I have ever seen. The management there needs to figure out how to manage all of the pickup and delivery orders coming in through all the different services. It ends up being totally chaotic and making...More