Had lamb korma and chicken tikka masala, rice and naan bread.. Very tasty but a little expensive for what you get. Would buy again but not as often
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We arrived in Denmark in a wild winter storm from a 5 hour road journey. Too pooped to cook, we opted for Indian Take-Away. This place was delish, quality tasting ingredients and prompt. Good value too. Thanks Curry King.
Delicious dahl and samosas can be found here! The food was obviously authentic and the perfect combination of traditional spices with heat. Would definitely order here again but recommend opting for takeaway as dine in incurs a 10% surcharge. The only negative I have is...More
We really liked the food at Curry king! My husband had the beef vindaloo, I had the lamb spinach (forgot the right name for it) and our daughter had the vegetarian Dahl. All delicious! The girl serving was nice and professional. Would definitely go back!
We had samosas, onion bhaji, cheese naan and paneer tikka masala and everything was very delicious! But the mango lassi was the best I've ever had! Worth a try!
Our friends recommended the Curry King before we got to Denmark. I have a distinct liking for Indian food but my wife doesn't eat chilli anymore. How could this be successful? It starts with making sure some mild dishes were chosen but my friends wanted...More
We just had an early dinner having visited Denmark just after the 2017 Easter Friday. Though all the reviews in Trip Advisor was not very favorable, we took a chance and ordered an early dinner. Being the natives of Sri Lanka, and having lived in...More
Old, tired looking restaurant with plenty of seating, in central Denmark. We had Samosa and Sheekh Kebabs both where over cooked, dried out. I could not eat all the kebab, it was even hard to get my knife through it. We also had Butter chicken,...More