Spicy, savory curries and budget-friendly prices at this Indian-Pakistani destination.. In Short This standby often draws an eclectic mix of young artists, professionals and expatriate families to its casul, cafeteria-style digs for tasty, cheap fare. The cuisine is traditional Pakistani, with spicy, butter-tender lamb curries and long-stewed vegetables. As the restaurant's name implies, homemade, freshly cooked naan bread is a specialty. Basmati rice is also served to sop up sauces.
Amazing chicken biryani!.
Go for the amazing chicken biryani (NOT boneless, please - for some reason the boneless pieces end up being a bit dry and tasteless here) and 'karahi chicken' (also the 'achari chicken', if it's one of the specials that day).
The garlic, onion & aloo naans are all awesome (pretty good size, too).
Indian or Pakistani, it's all good....
A regular lunch spot, Naan-n-Curry will satisfy your Indian/Pakistani cravings with ease. Pop in before 11:45 if you want to get a table. Cups, plates and utensils are self-service, grab a free cup of chai while you're up. The naans are large, much more substantial than Shalimar but not quite as good. The tikka masala and chicken biryani are very good with large portions. I'm not a big fan of the curries here. Prices are very reasonable, service is quick and decor is non-existent. All-in-all, a great spicy meal for the price!