Curry Hut

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2810 Washington Rd, Augusta, Georgia, USA, 30909

Serves meat, vegan options available. Re-opening late-Aug 2015 after renovations. Indian restaurant offering buffet and a la carte menu. Some vegetarian dishes. Indian curries and a few Indo-Chinese dishes. Open Mon 11:30am-2:30pm, 5:00pm-9:30pm, Wed-Sun 11:30am-2:30pm, 5:00pm-9:30pm.

Categories: Lacto, Indian, Buffet, Take-out, Indo-Chinese, Non-veg

6 Reviews

First Review by JenniferNicole

Vegan options - Edit

I've never been to the buffet but I have been here for dinner a few times. The staff has always been helpful in telling me which of the vegetarian items have no dairy. I don't like spicy food, but my spouse does, and they're normally pretty good about making it to your liking.

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Avoid this restaurant - Edit

Vegan choices in Augusta are pretty limited so I decided to try Curry Hut. Although the menu is full of vegetarian options, it was hard to find any vegan dishes. I asked the waitress for help and she waved her hand over one section of the menu. I ended up ordering Dal Makhani, which it turns out is supposed to be black lentils cooked in cream and butter. The description on the menu gives no clue and the waitress didn’t warn me. Perhaps the only saving grace was that I can’t believe there was any butter in that dish. It tasted like nothing — some watery gruel from a Dickensian prison scene. The lentils had lost all texture and there weren’t many of them. It was literally more like lentil broth. I didn’t eat it and the waitress asked if it was too spicy. In fact it had no spice at all. Maybe the worst thing I’ve ever been served in a restaurant.

Pros: Roti was fine.

Cons: No help identifying vegan dishes, Food

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Pretty good for the area - Edit

Augusta is kind of a challenge when it comes to finding vegan food. Curry hut was decent Indian food- I had the aloo gobi and it was on par with the same dish in some Atlanta restaurants. It was good and fairly inexpensive for what you get. The restaurant is teeny and a little odd on the outside. It's a quirky little place! Be sure to ask about what is/isn't vegan if you go for the buffet (most Indian restaurants will consider naan vegan if it has "a little yogurt" in it so say you have a dairy allergy, etc to really get the scoop) or order off of the menu.

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Horrible food and bad service - Edit

The food here was incredibly mediocre for the exorbitant price that they charge. Also, the service was horrible. The waitress never smiled, she rushed us to order, was very impolite, and just gave off an overall negative vibe. I will never go there again.

Pros: The ice was cold

Cons: Unfriendly service, Lackluster food, Old and trashy looking menu

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They do not just accomodate vegans, they seek us - Edit

While some Indian restaurants are comfortable with vegetarian cooking, this restaurant was comfortable cooking for vegans. They do not just accomodate vegans, they seek us out. They explained which items on the menu or on the buffet were suitable for vegans. We visited at what turned out to be a busy time and I was impressed how fast they refilled the buffet, how clean they kept the buffet area, how fresh the food was. At tables they kept water glasses filled and empty plates removed promptly, not just for us but for all surrounding tables. The staff was a beehive of activity, not once did I see a need of anyone go unattended. The food was flavorful and fun. If in this area of town again, this would be my choice for lunch again!

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Vegan options- a must try - Edit

I really enjoyed eating at the buffet at Curry Hut. They had about 4 VEGAN options that you could have. That is a lot compared to other restaurants. They also have a menu that has more vegan or vegetarian options. The buffet seemed a little small- but I loved the vegan options. I would recommend this to fellow vegans or vegetarians and even meat eaters. The atmosphere is calm and relaxing. They were able to accommodate a large group of 18+ for us and feed us all. Thank you for the great service!

Pros: buffet, vegan, cozy

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