Curry and Kabab is located in a plaza that has been mostly forgotten and has no strong anchor tenant. This seems like an obstacle that would be almost too difficult to overcome.
Good tasting food presented by a competent chef is the primary reason I return to dine here. The dining chairs do not appear to be typical for a restaurant and do not match the atmosphere, but they must have gotten them for a great price.
What I like most about Curry and Kabab is that it is NOT buffet-style Indian food. The attention given to the preparation of each entree makes a big difference.
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