|★★★★ I had pretty much everything from the buffet selection and it was all pretty darn good. Sure you can get better pakistani food, but this was good for being an all you can eat buffet place. The naan was fresh, soft, and really good when I went. The tandoori chicken pieces were a bit small, but the tikka masala chicken along with all the other curries was really good. It's also cool that they're open so late.|
|★ Ordered for 10 people.|
Will find place any time you go.
Low quality food. Not up to the expected taste. Bread over cooked black. Biryani - microwaved plain rice with chicken korma.
|★★★★★ Food is amazing 90% of the time! |
Chicken breast is awesome
Elderly management during off peak hours really sucks!
Quite rude to be honest
Otherwise usually a pleasant experience with great food
|★★ This has to be the worst of the Naan N' Curry chain in SF. If you are this close to the tenderloin walk two more blocks and you can get better food. Of course if you're hungry at 3am, this will be your only 24 hour option.|
|★★★★ Tried it yesterday as it's right across from Hilton. Food was good and worth coming back for. Service was polite too.|
|★★★★ Good food but bad service. A worth while visit if you're looking for some tasty Indian food.|
|★★★★★ This place is great! I love that it's open 24 hours a day! Parking is really a nightmare, though since it is in downtown San Francisco. I really enjoyed the veggie dishes, and the atmosphere was fun. It was a fun night on the town at this place! I would definitely recommend to others!|
|★ I don't think I've ever been to a restaurant managed by such unprofessional, bad-mannered people. The food was ok I guess, but there are TONS of better halal Pakistani restaurants in the area. I'm not one to make a big deal out of customer service, but these guys were ruthlessly disrespectful. For instance, yelling back and forth across the restaurant in Urdu and making incendiary comments about non-Pakistanis who are eating at your restaurant is downright uncivilized. I absolutely would not recommend this place. What an embarassment.|
|★★ I got the address from zabihah iphone program, I read the reviews before going to the restaurant. I went at 4 pm. Halal sign on the outside. close to union square. other than that the waiter was dancing on the indian music all the time even when he was talking on the phone or waiting for the requests. Tendouri lamb chops was burned, Tendouri chicken was good. the bathroom was dirty and shared with multiple shops and the parking lot behind the building. I wouldnt go again in the future.|
|★★★★ If you like buffet, this is the place to be. Though they also do a-la-carte, but their buffet is the most popular. Food is not sensational, but quite good enough. Nice neighbourhood, near downtown attractions. If you come during rush hours, be prepared to wait for a table to become available. Seems quite busy with both immigrants and American patrons. Good variety of food.|
|★★★ i went to eat dinner buffet and everything was cold.I could have given it POOR rating but have not becuase of what happened after that.I went to the guy at counter and he apologized for cold food and offered us a la carte without any extra charges,that was fresh and tasted far better.|
Not a clean place to dine-in and food prepared is not really worth it to carry out.Dinner ware was also not clean.
May be suitable for those who need to eat late night and donot have other options.
|★ Have had horrible experiences here. Not just because it is all self-service, but because the management and employees are extremely rude and have no concept of customer service. They often screw up orders and try to refuse to fix them. Service is slow and they give you dirty looks when you make a request. They also stare at when you are close to finishing to give you the hint to leave immediately upon finishing. I would not recommend this place. |
|★★★ Ate here on my last trip to SF. Had a simple take away order of chicken tikka (not curry) and naan. Both were pretty good, but nothing great. Brother at the counter is short, but tries hard with non-desi, non-Muslim customers. Prices are low, service is extremely slow -- if you eat in you have to get your own cutlery, water, cups, everything. Their waiters only bring the meal.|
|★★ We bypassed chutney & shalimar to go to this place. The chicken karahi was the worst I've ever had. Chicken seekh kabab tasted awful. Chicken tikka was strictly Okay. I don't recommend this place, especially when you have chutney, shalimar & pakwan nearby.|
|★★ We visited at 1am. I previously had a bad experience at another Naan N'Curry and was reluctant to visit another, but everything else was closed. I should have followed my gut feeling. I ordered vegetable tikka masala and chicken tikka masala, and they were both different colors. The veggie dish was tandoori red, and I think I know why...It was old! It was a mix of veggies that were obviously sitting in sauce for hours (VERY soft!) along with a newly cooked potato. The chicken dish appeared to be fresh, and it had a much lighter color. In addition, I found the counter person to have no personality whatsover, and the tea dispenser was empty...Judging by all the single cups sitting on the table (people adding sugar first, then discovering there's no tea), I think it had been empty for quite some time. I've had it with this chain. There's much better food to be found in this city with less hassle. At least I can say I've given them a fair chance, but they seem to disappoint virtually every time.|
|★★★★ good but could be better. |
|★★★★ Excellent food and prices, however we were seated and weren't notified that we had to order and retrieve our plates etc ourselves. Knowing this ahead of time helps when ur starving.|
|★★★ The food is pretty good--but the nanns are ENORMOUS, which of course they failed to tell us so when 5 giant naans arrived for 3 people we were aghast. The least they could have done was let u sknow so we could have ordered less. The restaurant was smoky from the cooking & the music was overly loud so although the food wasn't bad, we haven't been back since.|
|★★★★★ Yes yes yes yes yes!!!!! I could live on their veggie korma...|
|★★ Very good restaurant if you are here to save the money and dont care about the food quality. No desi who knows about desi food never enter here unless he wanna fill the stomach with junk for very less money. |
|★★★★★ Very good if you are on a budget, With 3-4 Friends, you all chip in $5.|
|★★ At Naan and Curry every thing they have made seems to be in Hurry! About cleanleness they are never Worry! |
|★★★ One of my friend recommend this restaurant. Food was reasonably cheap. There dall (lentil) was good. The quantity was also very good. But the only thing I dont like about this restaurant was Rats and Filth. |
|★ I will dine this restaurant if and only if I dont know about any of the taste of a Curry. I was really disappointed from there food. Instead the food of Shalimar or Shan is much better than Naan 'N' Curry.|
|★★★★ Good Halal Pakistani Food - fresh and tasty... As clean as you would expect a restaurant in Pakistan to be like.. Is a self serve - get your own water, untensils, Chai. Narrow space, but good atmosphere with pak / indian / persian dicor.|
|★★★★★ The chicken tikka masala is unbelievably delicious!!! I've had it many times and it's always amazing. The naan is also soft and yummy. So cheap too! |
|★★ the food was better then what i was expecting from looking at the place (filthy on jones) but it was sooooo hot, i couldnt even finish my chicken boti because i started hiccuping! and im indian and i eat spicy food...and the chicken tikka masala, the cook mistakenly put double cream in it! yuck! the palak was good though. |
|★★★★★ "Naan and Curry is an excellent experience for anyone craving Pakistani Food. The spices are blended perfectly, as well as the food being non-greasy. The atmosphere is not as greasy as the other reviews seem to say. It is actually kind of cute. Very competetive with a real ""hotel"" somewhere in Pakistan. I tried the Chiken tikka masala, and it was extremely well prepared. Its the kind of thing one cant get enough of. the Gobi-aloo, and channa's were good as well. It tends to be on the spicy side, but not over-spiced. Its conveniently located just down the street from Macy's too."|
|★★★ "The chicken curry ($5) is not as good as Shalimar. Moroever, it was spoiled."|
|★★★★ Awesome food! The nan is soft and yummy. The baigen is great and the chicken tikka masala-! Mmmmmm! to die for! (figuratively speaking of course :) )|
|★★★★ "It is generally believed that ambiance of a restaurant is inversely proportional to the taste of the food it serves. This is more applicable for 'desi' restaurants where ""untidiness is next to goodness"" in taste and loud music hints at successful business. Nowhere is this truer than at ""Naan 'N' Curry"". ""Naan 'N' Curry"" is of the same class as that of ""Shalimar"" and is also located in the same vicinity just across ""Shalimar Garden"". But the food is even better than that of either (and consequently it is dirtier than ""Shalimar""). They served us outstandingly delicious 'Naan' and the best 'desi-style' lamb chops in the entire San Francisco Bay Area. Albeit their 'Biryani' was not very good. All in all, this restaurant served us fabulous meal. Ambiance? Aesthetics? Tidiness? Their name is ""Naan 'N' Curry"" and that is what they promise! Nevertheless, I would highly recommend this place. ""Naan 'N' Curry"" is yet another proof that the looks of a restaurant are inversely proportional to the quality of food. Just plan and pray so that you don't have to use their restroom."|