Curry Club Opens in New York City

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Curry Club is now open to connoisseurs of all things curry and aromatic spices. Please visit or call (212) 749-7800 to discuss becoming a member.

Curry Club, an exclusive Indian restaurant hidden in the alley of Broadway at 108 Street, is now inviting aromatic spice connoisseurs to consider becoming a member. The restaurant embraces the authenticity of Indian cuisine while providing a casual atmosphere. They serve classic curries, comforting chicken tikka masala, tandoori and wholesome freshly baked breads daily from 11:30am to 10:30pm.

Curry has significantly influenced cuisine and culture around the world. The word “curry” originates from the Tamil word “kari,” meaning sauce or gravy. Curry is versatile; it does not refer to a single dish but encompasses a variety of gravies made with spices, herbs, nuts and fruits. Thanks to the Buddhist monks and British, Portuguese, Dutch, Chinese, and French explorers and travelers, curry is now an integral element of cuisine and culture around the world. According to history, many conquests were the result of craving these spices.

Membership is restricted to curry lovers only. Please visit or call (212) 749-7800 to place an order with the herb and spice experts. With the first order you are granted an honorary membership for the rest of your life. The benefits of joining the Curry Club are many, including, but not limited to, the best curries!

Operating Manager Mr. Shekhar Gowda of Curry Club comments, “Curry is more than spices, it is a labor of love. We acknowledge, with many thanks, all the great empires, explorers, mercenaries and traders who propagated the popularity of spices and the great curries of India.” Curry Club is dedicated to those pioneers.”

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