Curry India located in heart of Newyork City in Times Square area sits on the longtime site of the former Ceylon India Inn, one of the first Indian restaurants established in Newyork City in 1915. It served meals to many of the South Asian workers who lived in boarding houses in the area, who lived in boarding houses in the area, as well as to two generations of inquisitive Newyork ers.Read More
"Best Indian restaurant in the Times Square. Food was so delicious. Staff is super friendly. Suman goes above & beyond to accommodate every request. I recommend to everyone must try this restaurant."
"Curry India is a wonderful oasis in this fast paced, frenzied city. Walk one flight up and we are in a warm, caring, relaxed dining room. It feels like we are in the home of a family. Food is delicious and presented with pride and an invitation to enjoy! So happy that you have survived during these uncertain times."
"Amazing food great ambience we had chicken Thali it was so delicious and the best part their server Suman he was just an amazing guy friendly nature"
"Thank you for the great service and the amazing food. I had the chicken tikka masala. So good. If you love Indian food I recommend! Thanks to the friendly staff!So kind ..."
"Very good service, staff is so friendly. A little tight on the closing hour. Nice interior, the restaurant is actually not located on one of the mail avenues but convenient to find. Very near by port authority. I liked the biryani a lot, curry was not too bad. Portion size is good enough for 2.$50 for 2 people approx .."
"Oh wow, I just had the BEST vegetarian curry...it wasn’t listed as curry, it’s the item just below it. Cooked to order, all fresh vegetables, just remarkably good! So I don’t know what these low ratings are about. I am tough critic. This place is special. ... "
"The staff was friendly and ambiance well enough at curry India, but we’re not likely to visit again because the food was sub par in terms of preparation. All of the dishes we ordered seemed off in color and flavor, especially the biryani. It wasn’t bad to be clear, but not good either..."