Curry Gate is always a good idea. My husband and I love their other location so we were excited to try this new location and be able to dine in. We went with two other friends and shared: - Veg Momo - Samosa Chaat - Gobi 65 - Chicken Makhani - Chana Masala - Bhindi Masala You can't go wrong at Curry Gate. Everything was delicious. I've never been a big fan of Okra, but the Bhindi Masala was my favorite thing we got! You can customize your spice level. We got 4 which is still very spicy in some dishes (the Gobi 65 especially). This is one of the few places in Charlotte you can get momo, so they're a must for me. This is one of my favorite spots for Indian food in Charlotte. Make sure to check out their new location!
Tonya Russ Price
When a Curry Gate craving hits you have to give in, luckily Curry Gate 2 on South Blvd just opened. When I tried it, I saw some familiar faces working, we ordered our favorites, chana masala, samosa chaat, chicken makhani and bhindi masala. Everything was just as delicious as the OG location. What I love best about CG, when you order spicy, they deliver. They have a heat scale from one to ten and level four kicks in the habaneros! So a four gets the party started. This is a great restaurant for dining in or take away.
Great food and very authentic! Tried them out while visiting North Carolina, and we loved it! Although they were busy, they managed to serve in a timely manner and everyone was nice!
SO GOOD! Its a new family owned restaurant and the food is so fresh and delicious. Staff was really great and amazing service! A must have is the 65 chicken appetizer but you really cant go wrong with anything on the menu
Tonya Russ Price
I live for Curry Gate, if you have never tried CG and you are searching Indian food, Curry Gate is beloved in Charlotte. The biggest compliment is that it is a favorite amongst chefs. And when you have epicurean company, it is a hole in the wall kind of restaurant great for dine in or carryout. Super nice staff and can help you decide if you need assistance. The most important advice is if you like spicy, they will deliver. They use a scale from 1 to 10 and four starts the habanero kick. So 4 or 5 is plenty hot. No guess work thinking you have to tell then a high number for spicy food.