Curry in a Hurry restaurant is located in the Old North State Food Hall.
Curry in a Hurry is a foodie’s dream, born out of a passion for cooking authentic Indian cuisine by three-time award-winning chef and owner Alaksha Surti.
Alaksha’s roots go back to southern India where she grew up. She was raised in Bangalore, the third most populous city in India. Her mother and grandmothers are a large influence in her life, from whom she learned most of those authentic dishes. Alaksha is a Personal Chef who graduated from the International College of Hotel Management Adelaide, Australia. She also received her Diplôme Culinarians d’ Hôtelier from the prestigious Le Cordon Bleu Culinary School of Arts.
She worked at hotels in Australia, London, Sri Lanka, and Orlando, Florida before settling down in the Triangle with her husband Nilesh. Her hotel experience continued at the Umstead Hotel and Spa and the Sheraton in downtown Raleigh.
After sharing her Indian cuisine with family and friends, she saw a demand for her authentic curry dishes. Soon she expanded into catering and the food truck business, which led to opening Curry in a Hurry in the Morgan Street Food Hall in Raleigh. Alaksha is excited to open her second location in Old North State Food Hall.
- Parking Lot:
- Motorcoach/RV Parking:
- Hours: Sunday-Thursday 7am-9pm, Friday-Saturday 7am-10pm
- Price Range: $5-$15
- Meals Served: Lunch, Dinner
- ABC Permits: None
- Large Group Friendly (20+ People):