Kury (Aberdeen) Reviews
Description:Indian. 22 King Street, Aberdeen - CITY CENTRE Tel: 01224 454888
Newest Review: ... but not so vast as to leave the average eater with a plateful of wasted food. All of the drinks you would expect are available. Naan bread comes served presliced in a metal container in order to keep warmer during your meal. There are two sections to the restaurant ? the buffet and the a la carte. The buffet has a wide selection but personally I have never sampled it. As I have been saying ... more
Customer Kury (Aberdeen) Reviews (3)
by - written on 07/12/02, updated on 07/12/02 (Very useful, 199 readings)
Too many of us have eaten too much bad South Asian food. Too many crude approximations and inventions designed for a British palate raised on Fish and Chips and Pies. The dishes are loaded with grease and lacking in subtlety. They turn on the heat to hide the taste. Which is why eating in the KURY is so refreshing. Only in a brief visit to Bradford (no it is true!) have I eaten Indian food so obviously well made. The décor and low light ambience of the place are perfect for a quiet meal. THE FOOD: The most important factor in any restaurant. The food here is (by my standards not those of people who usually spend £100 on a meal) wonderful. You can ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/05/02, updated on 24/05/02 (Useful, 92 readings)
If you are looking for great food, value for money and good service then this is the restaurant. Not only is it likely to be the best Indian in town - but will probably become your favourite place to eat in this otherwise tired culinary hell. Whilst most Indian restaurants in Aberdeen seem to pride themselves on quantity, on uninterested 16 year old student staff and largely laughable bills - Kury is a refreshing change from the ordinary Firstly, you have a choice - 7 nights a week - of a la carte or buffet. The buffet, although not massive, is incredibly appealing with a range of food for all 'tolerance' levels. Then there is the a la ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/09/00, updated on 23/02/01 (Very useful, 256 readings)
The Kury Indian resturant has not long opened in the centre of Aberdeen (bottom of King St where it joins Union St for the natives!). It replaced another Indian, Khans, which has moved to different premises and is nowhere as good as it used to be. My first visit to the Kury (yes thats how they spell it!) restuarant was very enjoyable and totally different from other places in Aberdeen. The decor is very modern with polished wooden floors, metal furniture and strobe lights - not your usual red and gold wallpaper. The bar was modern and again continued the metal and chrome decor. Even the music was up to date chart stuff and not the traditional Indian sitar ... Read the complete review
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