Favorites: Curry Craft’s Tellicherry chicken rotti

Earlier this year I wrote about trekking to the ‘burbs for some fine Indian cuisine. Since April, however, the same chef behind Lehja’s great menu has been cooking up equally delicious food in Carytown at Curry Craft. The Tellicherry Chicken Rotti ($9) is a fine example. Fork-tender pieces of chicken are covered in a rich spice mixture, and the plate is ringed by a bright mango sauce that adds inviting color and flavor.

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Curry Craft

  • 2915 W. Cary Street
  • Lunch: Friday – Sunday, 12:00 – 2:00 PM
  • Dinner: Tuesday – Sunday, 5:00 – 10:00 PM
  • currycraft.com

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Daniel Warshaw

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  1. yoo hoo on said:

    Is that the whole serving? I’m seeing a lot of empty space on that plate!

    If that plate came out to me I think I would just burst out laughing it’s such a tiny portion. Please tell me you’ve eaten half of it already :-)

  2. Hey yoo hoo: That IS the whole serving – it’s an appetizer. The space on the plate is for purposes of presentation; negative space is used in every visual medium, including presentation of food. Also, I wouldn’t laugh unless I tasted it and it was a joke – but it’s not in this case. This is really good food. I think we’re too caught up in how much food comes on a plate in a restaurant. In conversations around food quality and value, quantity should be the LAST part of the conversation.

  3. Hannah on said:

    That looks PHENOMENAL. I can’t wait to check them out!!

  4. This is made to order Indian food, I don’t know that I’ve ever had better. This dining, not just eating. Simply spectacularly good. For the person who said the portions are too small go back to the all you can eat places that deserve such comments!

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