The sense of comfort and warmth that I associate with Kabob n Curry's food (creamy, hot dishes - perfect to warm yourself on a winter night, or any night really) is matched by the restaurant's interior. The dining room is on the small side, and the restaurant is frequently filled with patrons, but it never feels crowded, only cozy and intimate.
The food comes to the table quickly, at the hands of a very efficient wait staff. The lunch prices cannot be beat (under $6 for vegetarian lunch entrees) and you can substitute naan for rice - naan always wins in my book! For vegetarians such as myself, there are a wide variety of entrees. I prefer the navrattan curry, but all of the dishes I've tried have been delicious.
The dinner servings are large enough for you to bring home leftovers. Although I always end up bringing food home when I visit for dinner, reheating it and eating it in my own kitchen just doesn't have the same feel as eating it in the cozy, sunlit setting of Kabob n Curry's dining room.
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Woodstock, New York
July 12, 2006
From journal So Much to See, Do, and Eat
February 6, 2006
From journal City Life of Providence: Intimate and Entertaining