Curry Nights

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Established in 1994, Curry Nights has been delighting the residents of Kensal Green and Ladbroke Grove with high quality Indian restaurant dining for almost two decades. Aiming to promote the uniquely delicious regional cuisines of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, Curry Nights provides its guests with an expansive menu of glorious dishes ranging from the spiciest curries to the mellowest tandoori grills, Bengali fish dishes and everything in between, including excellent platters ideal for sharing, cooked to perfection using natural, organic herbs and spices, traditional techniques and high quality ingredients. A modern restaurant with a stylish and up-market look and feel, Curry Nights is decorated and furnished in monochrome tones, a splash of colour added with bright traditional Indian art and glamour thanks to chandeliers and pressed white table linen. The atypical friendly neighbourhood restaurant with a touch of city centre glam.

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58 Chamberlayne Road, Brent Park, London, NW10 3JH

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+44 (0)20 8964 5725

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Curry Nights

58 Chamberlayne Road
Brent Park
NW10 3JH
+44 (0)20 8964 5725
Public transport:
Kensal Rise, National Railway


3 out of 5 based on 3 reviews

Top 3 reviews of Curry Nights

4.0 out of 5 1 February 2010
by Meji A.

Came here the other night. It's quite inexpensive and you get a solid amount of food. The Nan was nice and doughy - first I didn't like it but somehow it came into it's own and I found myself wanting more.

I had the Curry Madras n some came out quite quickly considering their quite busy. I'm pretty sure Chamberlayne Rd is not the most fashionable street in London as Paulette says...more

3.0 out of 5 21 November 2009
by sheehap

A decent run of the mill Indian restaurant in Kensal Rise. The service is good and the restaurant is nicely laid out. The food isn't going to blow you away but is of a decent standard for a local Indian at a decent price.more

3.0 out of 5 15 November 2007
by Beckz

This unassuming Indian restaurant in Kensal Rise gives a great welcome. If you eat in you will find yourself plied with a free tipple and generous greetings from the owners/waiters. The food is great too, and even though there are flashier looking reastaurants nearby we still go to this one. Also they do takeaway and my recommendation is the platters. They do meat or vegetarian platters and...more