Curry Me Up specializes in a large selection of northern Indian cuisine, with a strong focus on using quality ingredients to achieve traditional flavors. When you’re serving Indian food to Indians, you can’t get away with cooking anything less than the best… because who knows their dals and biryanis and kebabs better than us Indians?
So that’s “Curry Me Up” which serves food that feels like home, delivered straight to your door.
Their ingredients are impeccably sourced, spices are the freshest, breads are the softest, and even the mildest curries will have tears of nostalgia rolling your cheeks, right from the first bite. The chefs, cook with as much love as they do with masala & go to great lengths to ensure a delicious meal that’s free from the usual hassles of Indian cooking. It’s easy to order, easier to eat.
I ordered some food over the weekend as I had guests over and this is what we tried:
Lucknowi Chicken Briyani: Chicken pieces marinated with rich onion masala and cooked with rice on dum . Quite tasty and went well with the raita.
Chicken Yakhni Pulao: Chicken pieces with cream marination cooked with rich cashew gravy with safron flavoured rice. This was really good and I highly recommend this one.
Siya Mirch Ka Jhinga – Semi dry tandoor prawns ,mixed with a spicy green masala to perfection.
Tandoori Paneer Masala Tikka : Paneer was soft and well prepared.
Chicken Kalimirch Tikka : One of my favorites, simple yet tasty!
Mutton Shurkh Boti Kabab: I would have preferred the mutton here to be a little more fleshy and tender. Taste wise it was good and a bit on the spicy side.
Fish curry- Basa fried with homestyle cooked curry with spices and served with white rice. This was okay.
Butter chicken: This was pretty average in taste. Tasted good with the butter garlic naans.
Lucknowi degi ghost: A lucknowi mutton preparation with korma base and flavoured with spices.
Gulab Jamun– No description needed 🙂