Chicago Curry House
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Chicago Curry House information
Even if it's just standard Indian food in a standard Indian-restaurant ambience, the Curry House provides a nice option for the South Loop and offers a rare bonus: Nepalese dishes. Standouts include aloo tama bodi (potatoes and black-eyed peas) and khasi ko maasu (goat meat on the bone). Sample them at the lunch buffet (weekdays/weekends $12/13). A full bar helps wash it all down.