Respond to Review of Curry Queen Indian Cuisine
Review: We had the vegetable samosa, pretty good, but the cilantro sauce it comes with has cow's milk in it, so vegans should avoid that. It also comes with a chutney, which is a good enough sauce to go with it. We also had channa masala, very good. We would get that again. Gobi Aloo which was ok, maybe the tomatoes just needed to be cooked longer and it needed some salt. Gravy to it seemed a little thin. The menu they gave us was different from the menu online. We had the first dish listed on the print menu which was some sort of vegetable paneer (we cannot remember the name of it), but we asked them to hold the paneer, since it is cheese. The waitstaff had a little difficulty understanding our desire for vegan food, expressing surprise that we didn't want milk (no, really?), butter (no butter), eggs (no eggs?). The naan had eggs in it, something I've never heard of. The rice had butter in it. The only starch available for vegans was the Roti, which was good and worked just fine with the other dishes. Overall a good enjoyable meal.