About WA! Curry
Curry with a conscience is the motto at this Indian restaurant in Oxford. Wa! Curry doesn’t just serve fantastic South Asian cuisine – for every meal you enjoy here philanthropic proprietor Pradumna Walimbe promises to feed a child living in poverty. This ethical approach extends to the universal nature of the menu as well, with plenty of gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian dishes drawn from the annals of Indian and Pakistani cuisine sitting alongside hearty meat options. This buffet-style Indian restaurant is housed in the Ozone Leisure Centre along Grenoble Road, in the southern reaches of Oxford between Littlemore, Blackbird Leys and Greater Leys. Perfect for a casual dining experience or a large group gathering, Wa! Curry combines culinary expertise with a good conscience.
12 WA! Curry Reviews
Prompt and efficient service and a wide variety of tasty food and a long drinks menu at a reasonable price. We will be coming again.
Very friendly staff and an excellent choose of tasty dishes to eat. 1 of our party is a vegan and there was a good choice for them as well. I would definitely recommend this place.
Great venue with helpfully staff. Loads of different curries for all tastes. Recommend to all. Easy parking and various activities in the complex too, bowling,bingo,and other restaurants.
We had a lovely meal here. As it was a busy night (there was a football match at the Kassam stadium) there was some delay with service, but the food was very nice and there was a good selection.
This was fine. Poppadom were good and fresh, and we were offered Naan cooked to order, which had good flavour, though weren't as light as they could have been. Large selection of starters, most of which were very dry because of sitting under the hot lamps, but weren't greasy. Well balanced flavours. Although there was a large selection of curries, both meat and vegetarian, most were chicken, with one lamb and one fish dish. All the tomato-based sauces were very acidic with a vinegar edge to them. Milder curries faired better, but tended towards being watery. The butter chicken was the best offering. Dessert offerings were poor - the jelly was rubbery and over sweet, only one flavour of ice cream was on offer, other options included chocolate cake or cold rice pudding, which we didn't try. Not the worst curry I've ever eaten, but I won't be rushing back in a hurry.
Although the food tasted nice. There wasn't much to go around. Most of the serving trays were empty. But they did fill them up when we asked. The dessert choices were poor. Only vanilla ice cream which was partially crystalised. Other than that it was great! Food tasted nice.
Very good value for money. There was a wide range of different curries available, with some choice of sides and starters. All the food was of a good standard.
Really friendly staff, good food, fresh naan offered and lots of choice for starters and mains. We went for a birthday treat and will definitely be returning.
Food wasn't the best, they just topped up the old food that had been sat there instead of cooking fresh. Staff very attentive but wasn't exactly busy!
The starters were ok. Curry had been standing a long time and this affected the flavour of some of them. Very nice waiters and owner. Expensive.