With a potent combination of a lavished interior and luxurious food, Curry Lounge sets itself apart from any other curry house in Nottingham.
Under new management and with a new Head Chef, Safdar Azam and Durga Dass respectively, Curry Lounge has embarked in a new direction yet still embraces the same mission it’s always had; to serve exemplary Indian cuisine.
Richly decorated with modern furnishings, wall embedded flatscreen television and hanging strands of spectrum shifting lights, Curry Lounge is the perfect setting for a memorable dining experience, be it for a special date night or a family gathering.
Catering to herbivorous and carnivorous diners equally, the menu is absolutely filled with delectable dishes. Begin with one of the exemplary appetisers, include the exquisite Carom King Prawn, coated with spice rich paste and cooked in ajwain, lime juice and garlic, the fiery Achari Boti Tikka, Lincolnshire sourced lamb marinated with a tangy assortment of spices, and the delightful tandoori mushrooms, prepared in a traditional Indian oven with tandoori paste and mustard oil.
Continue the feast with a hearty main, with dishes ranging from mild to mouth burning. Particularly tantalising choices include the inferno conjuring Goa fish curry, simmered with coriander seeds, curry leaves and green chillies, the sumptuous palak paneer, a traditional Indian cheese enriched with spinach and cream, and the house speciality, the soothing Tariwala Murgha, slow cooked chicken served in a rich onion and tomato broth.
Found in the centre of the city, those exploring Nottingham should head straight to Curry Lounge as soon as any curry cravings come about, and with the fantastic tastecard discount available to those who call in advance diners can enjoy even more scrumptious fare for less.