Midwest Living Review
Don't let the uninspired exterior and simple name throw you. If you're a fan of Indian/Nepalese cuisine, the Curry Hut is for you. The huge menu (with clear explanations and numbers on each dish so you don't have to struggle with pronunciations) runs the gamut from traditional chicken, lamb and vegetable samosa, tandoori chicken, and lamb curry to more exotic Nepalese dishes, including khasi ko maasu, tareka aloo and jhaneko dal. The best deal, however, is their all-you-can-eat $9.95 lunch buffet, where you can sample entrees, soups, salads and desserts. If you're unfamiliar with Indian food, the Curry Hut offers a great introduction. Be forewarned: It can get crowded, but table turnover is quick. The bright interior features vibrant colors, abundant natural light and intricate art designs throughout the single large dining room.