Situated on Belgrave Road, renowned for its fantastic Indian and Asian restaurants and shops and commonly referred to as ‘The Golden Mile’, you will find Curry Fever. Deceptively small from the outside, Curry Fever is actually able to seat up to 80 people at a time and has been serving hungry diners their exceptional Indian cuisine for over 30 years.
A lively red and gold colour scheme welcomes diners into the cosy and buzzy restaurant. With dining options that include tables to seat up to twenty four at one time as well as round table with rotating centre pieces for groups of up eight, it is ideal for gatherings of family and friends as well as couples looking for a lively evening meal. There is also a large function room at the rear of the venue that is suitable for groups of up to forty people and comes complete with its own sound system and karaoke capabilities.
Curry Fever has been in business for as long as it has because it focuses on quality, authenticity and excellent customer service. The menus is mouthwatering and it is easy to see why the restaurant has been awarded a sting of highly coveted accolades including ‘Best Indian Restaurant in the Midlands’ by the Good Curry Guide in 2002, ‘Curry Capital Winner’ in Leicester in 2007 and most recently ‘Restaurant of the Year’ at the Asian Voice Political and Public Life Awards 2011. You can expect to find all your classic curries alongside more regional specialities such as Karai Lamb cooked in a thick masala sauce with onions and capsicums and served in a cast iron ‘wok’; Palak Prawns cooked in spinach; and vegetable kofta curry with deep fried, spiced cabbage balls in a rich curry sauce. There is an extensive vegetarian menu available which ensures that all diners are well catered for, no matter what their dietary requirements include.
For curry fanatics and lovers of Indian food in Leicester, Curry Fever is firmly pinned on the foodie map as a must-visit. For those who have never visited Leicester and do not understand why it was awarded Curry Capital 2009, a visit to Curry Fever will clear up any confusion.