In town on business and myself and a colleague decided on going for a curry, but not being from the area and it being mid-week we weren’t sure which restaurant would be our best option. After walking by a couple of restaurants, one was being refurbished and the other didn’t look very welcoming. So, we crossed to the over side of town and found this place.
The nice welcome from the staff was a great start. We happened to be the only diners in at that time so we got a one-to-one service. Our questions on the various dishes were answered in great detail and it was refreshing to hear such a passionate response.
The menu has great variety and lots to different dishes to explore – not just your standard Korma and Rogan Josh. I chose the Chicken Kadhai and my dining partner had the Railway Lamb Curry. Both were outstanding. Of course the starters and side dishes were also great. Highly recommended.
Staying at a hotel in Newport I thought I would try a local restaurant; picked Curry on the Curve having looked at reviews online.
At first glance it was not what I expected, but once inside the service was great, the staff were lovely, the food was tasty and all freshly prepared, you can tell the difference.
After our meal the owner/chief came out from the kitchen to make sure everything had been to our liking
We ve visited here twice in the last month and eachtime its been superb, try the tandor broccolli its fab. In fact all the dishes weve tried are superb. Im quite happy to travel over 15 miles to eat here.Again this is still my gold standard of Indian resturant….keep up the good work….
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On the after side, or side next the stern of the ship, is a
comfortable seat, with a locker underneath for umbrellas,
comforters, and coats