Chicago Curry House Indian Restaurant

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Details
899 S Plymouth Ct (at W 9th St)
Chicago, IL 60605
(312) 362-9999
Indian, Vegetarian / Vegan
$ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 11:00 AM–9:45 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Chicago Curry House's buffet spread runs through the accessible, like flaky fried samosas, all the way through vegetarian and meaty entrees. There's even a dessert at the end.
  • At Chicagos only Nepalese restaurant, youll be treated to a mix of meals from Nepal & India. Try their popular Chicken Momo or their Nepalese Chicken Wings.
  • order the samosa app!
  • Worth looking for this comfy Tibetan restaurant. Fantastic lunch buffet bargain, great food. And the big beers are as outsized as the Himalayas.
  • It transported me back home to Birmingham England home of Curry :) Best I have had in North America so far. Worth a trip to Chicago just for this. Chilli Chicken ... WOW
  • Forget the Indian menu, go for the limited yet amazing Nepalese dishes
  • Spice up in everyday all you can eat buffet at Chicago Curry house at Curry Hut Nepali cuisines with Tandoori chicken and much more .... Call us for delivery and Catering at 312 362 9999
  • Spice up in everyday all you can eat buffet at Chicago Curry house at Curry Hut Nepali cuisines with Tandoori chicken and much more .... Call us for delivery and Catering at 312 362 9999
  • Healthy, Home-Style Cooked, Indian Cuisine. Delicious dishes, affordable prices, gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian !!! - Happy Holiday !!!
  • Best green beans ever!!!!
  • The website says they close at 10 but don't try coming in after 9:30 as they'll rush you out the door. They should say they close at 9:30 if they want all patrons out by 10. Other than that, good food
  • The place is decorated nicely, the Buffet offers a lot of different dishes. The price is not too bad.Value: 7/10Food (Taste): 8.5/10Place: 8.5/10
  • Try the Lunch Buffet. It's one of the best in Chicago so far to me.The price is very decent too. The place is nice and the food is amazing.
  • cozy, comfortable, delicious. Garlic naan and butter chicken are great, the non veg platter is almost enough for two!
  • The fried green tomato starter is a light, crunchy and delicious beginning to your meal.
  • Good food. Buffet is great and inexpensive. Butter chicken is great.
  • Bhatura and madras paneer is the bomb.
  • Chicken tikka! Really good naan too
  • Hidden gem in the south loop. Go there and enjoy a spicy vindaloo or a much milder but flavorful tikka masala.
  • Ask if items are vegan. It's not obvious. Very odd for an Indian restaurant.