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The food was amazing the first time I tried it so I had to revisit and it was amazing once again. The restaurant has a variety of menu choices at a reasonable price which is always a bonus. From now on this restaurant will be...my go to.More
Was passing by curry lounge restaurant in Wolverhampton my kids wanted to have some curry normally I use my local indian restaurant so at first I was in 2 mind if to order or not . We are so glad we ordered food from curry...lounge as the food was fantastic the taste , the texture was fabulous and it was piping hot. We enjoyed the food now iv got problem my kids said if they have curry they want it from curry lounge thats 10 mile i have to drive but it will be worth the journey as we are extremely pleased with the food and service. Well done curry lounge keep up the good workMore
Ordered a local, the curry lounge leaflet looked great . Placed an order, was really looking forward to having this tonight, we were told it would be up to an hour delivery on the phone , no problem prime time Saturday evening. 1hr and 30...later delivery man was very polite and apologetic and I said it’s no problem , considering it’s busy evening you would expect the food to taste and be fresh but it was far from it . I ordered a chicken jalfrezi , the meat seemed very dry and not fresh even with the sauce, the dish had nice amount of heat but that’s as far as I could go with it , my partner ordered a lamb biriyani which the rice was cold and very stodgy again meat was tough and rubbery.
Onion bhajis were okay nothing more on it .
But we also ordered some masala fries; would not recommend ( came like a packet of slop and couldn’t even find the chips) naan breads were in a polite way of putting it - cremated! they were actually that bad we couldn’t eat them. Unfortunately guys you have lost a customer for the future. I hope their dining in experience after Covid is better then their takeaway . Would not eat here again.More
Ordered at 6pm was told would be an hour or just over 3 hours later food came after numerous calls and phone put down on answer. Food was cold and had to be heated up in microwave!and items missing. I would not recommend this place...to anyone have given many chances because of wrong order or items missing.customer services could have rung to let us know what was going on.when complained to delivery person there reply was they got it in the neck from all customers complaining on being late because they took too many orders and focused on quantity instead of quality .I have messaged the restaurant and they have read the message but not replied like I said Bad customer service 👎More
Date of visit: December 2020
Relax21563105362, Marketing at The Curry Lounge, responded to this reviewResponded 10 January 2021
Curry lounge replied
Hi Cddd831,Would like to apologise for the delay, New Year’s Eve was extremely busy and can assure this delay won’t happen again. We hope you enjoyed your meal Kind regards Curry lounge management
Have been a customer for years takeaway and takeaway. Tonight we ordered for 5 people, I ordered a jalfrezi which I normally have or a Fusion. I couldn’t eat it it was laden in chilliest. My daughter called to complain and there was no offer...of a refund or a replacement. All other meals were good.More
This is likely the 5th time we have ordered from The Curry Lounge in Wolverhampton; It is with regret that tonight was our final time.
The first order we made back in March/April time was delicious. The food was hot, fresh and packed with flavour:...a solid 9/10. Since then, with each order we have become more disappointed and dissatisfied. While the food is always prepared quickly and delivered efficiently, standards have become sloppy. Tonight, we thought we would give the Lounge another punt and ordered our usual. The delivery came quickly and efficiently (we overlooked the fact the driver was not wearing a mask or adhering to any social distancing rules). Upon arrival, we found the lamb balti had spilled out into the bag and soaked the other food items, the parotha was missing from the order and the raita had curdled in transit (we assume from sitting atop the hot food). We called them up straight away, and the friendly guy on the other end of the phone offered to replace the order immediately for which we were grateful. Less than 20 mins later, the second order arrived and we received a personal apology which again, was appreciated-- these things happen-- and we took the food inside. After opening the bag, we quickly discovered yet another spilled curry: this spill worse than the last. The curry had seeped through the foil-packed naan bread and poppadums. After the previous ordeal, we decided to just salvage what we could and to be perfectly honest, the meal we had so looked forward to was a giant disappointment. The curry was almost flavourless, sloppy and overpowered by tomato--it was red-tinged and sickly sweet-- kind of like a bolognese with an Indian twist, albeit lacking any real flavour. The long-anticipated parotha was dry and floury and the poppadums were soggy and smelt of fish.
All in all, a poor show from Curry Lounge and one we refuse to experience again.More