Curry Club 1734 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20007 • 202-625-9090

Cuisine
Indian

Neighborhood:
Georgetown

Take-out Available
Catering Available

Features
• Full Bar

Reservations
Suggested

Parking
Street

Children’s Menu
N/A

Payment Methods
Visa, Mastercard,
Amex

Private Rooms
Please Call

Hours
Lunch
Tuesday - Friday
11:30 - 2:00pm

Dinner
Tuesday - Thursday
5:30pm - 10:00pm

Friday - Saturday
5:30pm - 10:30pm

Sunday
5:30pm - 9:30pm

Curry Club Menu

to start

chilled & spiced tomato soup: fresh tomatoes infused with chilies, ginger & cilantro $8

bubble & squeak samosa: sunday roast vegetables in light pastry $8
shrimp with garlic & chilies $9

vegetable dosa with chutney: fermented rice & lentil pancake with vegetable filling $7

chicken tikka with mango chutney: marinated chicken served with our own chutney $7

to follow

curry club chickpeas: sautéed chickpeas with cilantro & tomatoes $16

fish & chips: tandoori salmon grilled & served with spicy fries $17

butter chicken: chicken breast in a fresh tomato sauce with a little cream $18

lamb jal frezi: roast leg of lamb pan fried with onions, peppers, and chilies $17

beef vindaloo wellington: highly spiced beef stuffed in our own puff pastry with sautéed mushrooms $21

vegetables (choose two)

cauliflower stew, indian mash, spinach with tomatoes, peas in a cream sauce, lentils with bell peppers

sides

tomato & cucumber raita, mint raita, chutney, tomato chutney, mint chutney $4

breads

chapatti: whole wheat flat bread $3

yoghurt bread: fried and seasoned with fennel (truly yummy) $3

pudding

bread & butter pudding served with white chocolate pistachio ice cream $8

sherry trifle with fresh fruit and cardamom custard $7

chocolate roulade with spiced nuts $8

mango mama: mango fool $6

fresh fruit with cinnamon ice cream $7

savory

welsh rarebit: mature english cheddar grilled on toast with worcestershire sauce $4

We cook with pure ingredients and create a balance that is closer to home cooked Indian fare. All our beef, poultry and pork are antibiotic and hormone free. The Western, and in particular the English, influence is easy to spot and this is why we have changed many of the names of traditional Indian dishes. Without taking anything away from the complexity and intensity of the food, we hope to make it delicious for both the curry aficionado and the novice alike. Everybody is welcome.