Curry Club Cape Town: An Indian Takeout Joint That Delivers

Curry Club Cape Town: An Indian Takeout Joint That Delivers Curry Club, Michelle Parkin

Slow-cooked curry, delivered in a hurry.

Curry enthusiasts, listen up! There’s a new Indian flight kitchen in the CBD that delivers top-notch North Indian dishes straight to your door! No need to don your gumboots and throw your raincoat over your PJs to get it; this Gardens-based joint is about to make all your Eastern fantasies come true. (Well, maybe not all of them.)

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Mimicking the concept of a true London-style curry kitchen, Curry Club’s menu features an extensive range of gourmet curries and delectable sides that would go down a treat on the streets of Calcutta, Cape Town or Camden!

The kitchen-to-home experience is effortless: simply place your order over the phone or online through their website, and await your curry’s arrival – you can even track its trip with a link sent via email after it’s left the kitchen!

The delivery takes around 45 minutes, and is free of charge (from Camps Bay to Woodstock for orders of R150 or more) – so, you’re only paying for your food. (You’re welcome to tip the friendly-faced delivery guys if you’d like.) All forms of payment (cash, card and SpanScan) are accepted. Deliveries start from 5pm. It’s a true flight kitchen experience!

A taste of India

Curry Club Delivery
Michelle Parkin

The passionate team of chefs hail from Delhi and, as such, have a deep knowledge of North Indian flavours and spice-blending methods. All dishes are made with choice ingredients using age-old recipes passed down through the head chef’s family, so you’re guaranteed of flavourful, fragrant deep and utterly satisfying gourmet curries.

Taking inspiration from the cuisine found deep in the spice kitchens of Mumbai, Curry Club’s moreish meals are all about flavour over fire. As such, curries are served medium strength, so that the fragrant flavours do the talking. But fear not, flame-lovers, you can request your dishes as hot or mild as you choose.

The fabulously funky online menu features tender lamb, chicken and seafood options, as well as meat-free dishes for vegetarians, and is jam-packed with classic favourites of butter chicken, tikka masala, madras, rogan josh, and paneer, as well as exciting creations, such as chicken sagwala, kerala fish, mushroom matar, and “gunpowder” lamb aloo, to name a few. And, there’s much more deliciousness where that came from!

Enjoy your meal with a side of rice, naan, papadums, grated cauliflower (for Banters) or homemade chutney atchar, and snack on a selection of bhaji (chickpea fritters) or handmade samoosas to start, with kheer (a modern twist on creamy rice pudding) and gulab jamun (dough balls in sweet cardamom syrup) for a sweet ending.

All dishes are lovingly made, using carefully selected meat, organic vegetables and pulses and real spices – no artificial stuff here! Only wholesome, healthy, tastiness that will leave you salivating for more. One of our guests – who has lived in Fulham, London for over 10 years (so he knows curry) – declared it to be ” the best curry in Cape Town!”

On rainy winter evenings, there’s nothing more convenient or hassle-free than having a wholesome and utterly delicious Indian meal delivered to your door.

Opening times Monday – Saturday, 5pm – 10pm
Please note last orders must be made at 9.30pm
Contact 021 300 3971, hello@curryclub.co.za, http://www.curryclub.co.za/
Stay up-to-date with specials on their Facebook page.

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The Inside Guide has made every effort to ensure that the information in this post was correct at the time of publication. However, we do not assume any liability caused by errors, such as price, cost, time, and location.

Time of publication: 25 May 2018

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2 Responses to “Curry Club Cape Town: An Indian Takeout Joint That Delivers”

  1. Anna

    Where is the Curry Club, what is their website/contact number?

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    • The Inside Guide

      Hi Anna. They are based in the CBD, but they deliver only! Their website is in the feature above. Good luck.

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