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1101 Wuding Lu,
near Yanping Lu

Jing'an District

武定路1101号,近延平路

Part of: Currify
5256 2563
15 mins walk from  Jing'an Temple
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Daily, 11am-11pm
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Last updated: Jul 17, 2019
Very reasonably priced curry house on Wuding Lu that has gone down well with the locals. The classic Butter Chicken and Tandoori Chicken Tikka are on the menu to satisfy the meat eater, but they actually have more vegetarian curries than meat, such as Kidney Bean Curry, Coconut Vegetable Curry and Palak Paneer all for just over 40rmb each. Naans are only 10rmb. I repeat, 10rmb. 3 people can crawl out absolutely stuffed for less than 80rmb each.
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    • After ordering Currify on Eleme approximiately once a week for the last 3 months, I finally managed to find the physical restauarant by total accident. It's not easy to find, hidden in a side courtyard on the Wuding Rd. food and drink street. Just look for the sign on the street just beyond the Goose Island bar and walk on in.

      The funny thing about how much I love Currify these days is how unimpressed I was by Currify x Taoker, which I first reviewed half a year ago. In fact, it was my wholly average experience at Currify x Taoker that kept me from trying Currify for so long. Fortunately I mended my ways, and oh how thankful I am that I did. 

      I think what makes Currify so good is that they only have a few curry dishes on the menu, so they can focus on doing them all well. The curries are all bursting with flavor, generous with their portion sizes, and give me very little to complain about. On our most recent visit when I snapped the photos that accompany this review, we tried the set meal for 2 on Dazhong Dianping, which came with the butter chicken, coconut fish curry, fried onion, roasted wings, and choice of two mocktails. Of all the items mentioned, everything was delicious except the fried onion chunks, which were very heavy, greasy, and tasted mostly of fried dough. The fried onion is the only miss I've ever had ordering food at Currify - esentially everything else is excellent. My most-ordered are probably the palak paneer, which is rich, smooth, creamy and filled with generous portions of paneer, as well as the lamb marsala. 

      Even with the unpleasant fried onion in the set meal on our last visit, it was still good value. Still, I don't think I'd order the set meal again. If dining in, you're better off mixing and matching a few curries, a few naans and a side dish, with the total cost probably ending up just about the same (about 180 CNY).

      I'm also not sure if it's worth it to dine in, versus ordering online. If you're within Eleme distance, you can usually get a curry with a naan for about 35-40 CNY after the various Eleme discounts are applied. 

      In a city where Indian restaurants regularly get away with charging 60-80 RMB for curries and 25 CNY for plain naan, Currify is an absolute value-for-money champion, and it tastes great too. 5/5. 

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