Kabob and Curry

By JOHNETTE RODRIGUEZ  |  October 7, 2009

For there must be a next time very soon. First of all, there are more than 10 more veggie entrees to try; the chicken offerings would take a month to work through -- with mushrooms in a coconut/cashew sauce? With spinach or in a creamy tomato sauce? Slow-cooked in a blend of 20 spices? Or "chicken 261-263" -- the house specialty, billed as a spicy Indo-Chinese sauce?

Certainly visiting Kabob and Curry is not just an eating event but a re-learning of Indian food names and a re-acquainting yourself with India's geography. It's an educational experience that is out-of-sight enjoyable.

KABOB AND CURRY |401.273.8844 | 261-263 THAYER ST, PROVIDENCE | KABOBANDCURRY.COM | MON-THURS, 11 AM-10:30 PM; FRI-SAT, 11 AM-11 PM; SUN, 11:30 AM-10 PM (BUFFET TILL 3:30 PM) | MAJOR CREDIT CARDS | FULL BAR | SIDEWALK-LEVEL ACCESSIBLE

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