Whenever you try food from Curry Tree, you will get a fabulous taste. The restaurant is in BG-8 Central Market in Paschim Vihar. The kitchen is quite hygienic, neat, and clean. The door remains closed all the time. Moreover, it is glass partition, so you can very well see what is cooking inside and in what best conditions. And that gives you the confidence that you are at the right place. Ideally, the place is best for takeaway and home delivery. It is a true value for money. But if you think of having a great dine-in experience, it might not turn out to be good because of outside open seating arrangement that is very limited and not decent enough for a family outing. The best part, as I say, is home delivery or takeaway.
Since there is hardly 3-4 table space in front of Curry Tree, ideally it is good for takeaway or home delivery. The people living around can place an order for home delivery. And people living away and passing through this location can pause on the way and get your food packed. The theme is the restaurant is quite impressive. It aims to provide you an exclusive dine-in experience in terms of food and quality at a normal local food joint. In fact, if you visit Ludhiana, the same name restaurant there provides you luxury dine-in experience. And in Delhi, since this is the first attempt, it is better to go small first. The food gives you authentic taste. It is typically Punjabi food predominantly that you get here. There are certain innovations that reflect in many dishes.
In fact, there is no large choice of mocktails at Curry Tree. Rather, there are hardly two – Jaljeera and Fresh Lime Water. In addition, there are no desserts. But starters and main course dishes are quite delicious. You must try Jaipuri and Banjara tikka in starters. Mushroom Double Tikka is something special. Hing Dhaniya Murgh in the main course is also fabulous. So are Dal Makhani, Lachcha Prantha, and Garlic Naan. As far as food goes, Curry Tree is a fantastic option. But one hygiene point there is a big question mark here. Everybody here was feeling a bitter taste in bottled water. Though the owner was trying to satisfy that Kinley is always having a bitter taste but it was not at all convincing. A local resident was telling that the water supply in the locality is not okay as per health parameters. Otherwise, everyone was thinking the plastic glasses were the culprit for this bitter taste. As a matter of fact, something is seriously wrong with water, glasses, or the location itself.