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gutreactions | Jan 18, 202106:27 AM     1

It is Westchester's newest Indian restaurant and it opened last August, right in the middle of the pandemic. Intrepid they are. Curry on Purdy is located at the sight that previously held Risoli's, a vintage Harrison tavern that dates back to the 40's. Much of the interior is still intact, including the sprawling wooden bar. The new ownership did make some colorful cosmetic changes to the separated bar/lounge and dining room. From what I could see during my visit, the menu is extensive and includes popular regional dishes from all over India. As the name suggests, curries are a particular favorite here, as are vegetarian dishes. Looking forward to trying their Aloo Gobi, Tandoori, and Goat. Will take in a meal soon and report. By the way, due to Covid protocols, there is no buffet right now although one is planned I was told. www.curryonpurdy.com

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