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Kebab 'n Curry? (Richardson)

I'm looking for a recommendations for an Indian lunch buffet in the Richardson area. I recently tried Mumtaz and thought it was very good. Any thoughts on Kebab 'n Curry or Pasand?

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    1. re: Dallas food lover

      Clay Pit... ug. pasand would be better. I know some have problems with Indian Palace, but its quite good for the lunch buffet. I dont mind Indian buffets. It helps me cultivate new Indian food fans by allowing people to try a variety of items at once, and I have had 100% success with that method.

      1. re: DallasDude

        yeah i forgot about the pasand.My daughter is vegeterian,she love to be in indian vegeterian dishes sometimes.

    2. Don't waste your time at Clay Pit. Kebab 'n Kurry is my favorite Indian joint by far. The food and service are great. They have about 5 different kinds of naan and a buffet during lunch hours. The owner is usually on the floor making sure everything is just right. It's BYOB.

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      1. re: slewfoot

        not sure if it's common knowledge that Kebab 'N Kurry is opening a second branch in Addison

        http://www.pegasusnews.com/news/2009/...

        1. re: teegee

          Addison does not have the Indian communtiy that Irving and Richardson have. Hopefully it can stand out amongst the other 5 or so in Addison. Thanks for the beat report though!

          I remember the KnK on Walnut Hill and 35 as that was my intorduction to Indian back in the 80's I remember the tandoor oven there as you could see the dishes and the naan cooking unlike today where you have to hope it was cooked in a tandoor oven.

          1. re: LewisvilleHounder

            wow, walnut hill & 35? that was before my time

            1. re: teegee

              Yes I believe it was in the shopping center that houses El Paisa now. I could be mistaken though.

            2. re: LewisvilleHounder

              The KnK on Central is the original resto. The one on Walnut Hill was the second place they opened.

        2. Years ago they had a location off Walnut Hill and 35

          1. In North Dallas I would still have to put Flavors in Addison at the top. Most of the Indians at my office like it much better than any of the others listed here.

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            1. re: irodguy

              Agreed. Flavors is full of Indian people on the weekends.
              Pasand is not as good as it used to be.

            2. Madras Pavillion at Beltline and Coit is still great. I prefer it anyday to KnK.