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Curry Up Now Indian Street Food
Indian Restaurant$
Today 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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129 S B St San Mateo, CA 94401
129 S B StUSCASan Mateo94401
$Indian Restaurant, Asian RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmSunday 11:30 am – 9:00 pm
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This post of a small fast-food group offers burritos, burgers & quesadillas with Indian flavors.- Google
People talk about street food, food truck, brick and mortar, chicken tikka masala and sweet potato
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Kim Nguyen
reviewed 2 months ago
My Take: think Chipotle + Indian cuisine + fusion | Went For: weekday dinner | The Vibe: when you want a casual or quick meal | Special Dish: Tikka Masala Burrito (see what I mean about fusion?) | Avoid Their: Tacos (common, you're in the Mission) | Price Point: most whole meals are under $10.00 | The Service: order at the counter | Reservations: n/a | FYI, FRIENDS: their hot sauces/spices are no joke and not for the faint of heart -- Eat up, Kimmie
Morgan Lai
reviewed 9 months ago
Excellent modern Indian street food - I like that they don't hold back on the spice. I also love their free sparkling water dispenser because the bubbles just solidify the spice on your tongue. The special goat curry over rice was a bit on the small side but delicious, and I would order that again if they made it part of their regular menu. The deconstructed samosas are way better than regular samosas. The sweet potato fries weren't as crispy and hot as I had hoped for so I likely won't order that again. The mint lassi was good. Everything is slightly expensive ($8 for the pork belly deconstructed samosa, for example), so that deters a bit from just ordering a ton of small plates and trying intriguing sounding items out. Order at the counter with an optional tip bin, takes credit.
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Arun Venkatesan
reviewed 7 months ago
Curry Up Now isn't your traditional Indian restaurant. They specialize in Indian snacks and fast food. I've brought 4 different friends here and their reactions have always been the same: complete amazement. They have small snacks all the way to full blown meals. There really is anything here for any lover of Indian food. I'd suggest ordering a few dishes and sharing with friends.
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Shauna Mork
reviewed 6 months ago
Smexi!! Oh well actually they call them sexy fries, and boy oh boy do they turn on my tummy. Little known secret order off the books and ask for Aloo Golbi on them. SO delish, all the flavors really do have a love affair in your mouth!!! Samosas are so yummy in my tummy!!! Also they are great cold, so feel free to order a few extra and take them with you when you head up to the city to explore!!!
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Seongbae Park
reviewed 8 months ago
Sexy fries is amazing - crisp raw onion, well spiced lamb and crunchy outside/soft inside sweet potato fries are balanced so well. We had thali and burrito, and both were good. Desert wasn't as amazing - hot balls on ice was decent but kulfi wasn't as dense nor flavourful.
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Robin Greenbaum
reviewed a year ago
Everything we've tried has been delicious. It can be a bit spicy for me -- a lightweight -- but I muscle through because it's SO good. The entrees, while not horrendously expensive, do add up quickly, so we prefer the snack-type items which are a better value. Great place to just casually pop in and get a quick tasty meal.