First of all, can we talk about how Indian food is so incredible? The tastes, textures, and combinations of goodness always hit the spot for me. Not only have I already wanted to travel to India, but I’ve always wanted to learn how to cook great Indian food. But, before that happens, I’ll head over to The Curryer.
Nestled on the corner of 300 South and Main Street in downtown Salt Lake City, sits the quant, unique, Curryer cart. The first time I came into contact with this delectable box of amazing food was when my boss brought it in one day for lunch. I was sitting at my desk and smelled something intriguingly delicious, so I turned around and my heart sang.
Everyone knows that Street Tacos are a huge hit, so imagine Indian street food.
One of the neatest parts about this joint is how they hand-make every piece of naan right as you’re ordering! They through it in their personal “oven” and it comes out fresh, hot, and crispy. A bit of their curry placed on a piece of that naan? Nothing is better. Your mouth explodes with flavors and instantly wants more.
Open from 11:00am – 2:00pm, Monday-Friday, as well as Friday and Saturday nights, they’ll serve a different handful of curries each day of the week. I went on a Thursday and couldn’t decide between the four options – they all looked so good!
Luckily, the chef was able to split half Vegetable Korma and half Chicken Tikka Masala. (My mouth is craving this right now, so writing this post isn’t helping.) It’s a heap-full of food for any stomach out there! To be honest though, I downed the whole thing in one setting…go ahead and judge me and my happy tummy.
So, if you’re looking for authentic, fast, cheap, hot, fresh, tasty, savory, flavorful, etc. etc. food, walk on over to The Curryer. Hey, don’t take my word for it, go yourself and go now! I’ll probably be standing in line already. See you there!