Where to eat curry in Louisville, KY

There’s even a spot to get a curry flight.

A red awning jets out above a glass door and several windows are open showing a restaurant with a neon sign reading "Time 4 Thai."

Katie’s favorite curry is from Time4Thai on Frankfort Avenue.

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Soups and stews are the mainstays when it comes to fall and winter eats, but considering last week was National Curry Week, we felt in-spicered to mix things up when it comes to warming your belly as the temperatures continue to drop throughout Derby City.

Read on for five curry dishes to dig into this cold weather season.

Yellow spiced chunks of chicken on a bed of yellow rice in a white styrofoam to-go container

Chicken curry from Eden & Kissi.

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🍛 Chicken curry | Eden & Kissi, 3912 Bardstown Rd. Ste. 101 (take-out or delivery only)

Sarah swears by this curry made with chicken, crushed onions, garlic, ginger, and tomatoes simmered in coconut milk with an array of curry spices. Try it with one side or two — we suggest the yellow rice + plantains.

🍛 Pineapple curry | Time4Thai, 2206 Frankfort Ave.

Made with chunks of pineapple, green bell pepper, carrot, kaffir lime leaves, basil, and coconut milk in its red sauce, this curry is a harmonious combination of sweet and spicy + it’s Katie’s go-to dish from this Frankfort Avenue eatery.

Pro tip: If you’re sensitive to spicy food, we’d suggest getting a 0-1 on the heat scale.

A speckled white bowl holds triangles of pita bread, white rice topped with green herbs, and a red colored veggie stew.

Roasted veggie curry from Everyday Kitchen.

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🍛 Roasted vegetable curry | Everyday Kitchen, 552 E. Market St.

Eggplant, zucchini, and red bell pepper come together in this curry served with cardamom coriander rice and za’atar pita bread.

🍛 Red curry | Simply Thai, 323 Wallace St.

This popular curry features dried chili peppers, herbs and spices, coconut milk, and bamboo shoots served with jasmine rice + it can be made gluten-free, vegetarian, or vegan.

🍛 Stop Light Curry Flight | All Thai’d Up, 211 S. 5th St.

New to the world of curry? Have no fear, this curry flight is here and features a sampling of red, yellow, and green curries to get you acquainted with the cuisine.

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