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The food here is delicious and the staff was very pleasant. There was not one thing that we ordered that we were unsatisfied with. Wasn't over priced either. Will definitely be back.
The food was so GOOD , and the people was so nice. I will return
Love the curry shrimp! And the garlic Nan is my absolute favorite.
My friend and I got the livingsocial deal which was 3 courses including specialty naan for two people for $40. Given that most buffet places are $10-15, I thought paying the extra for a sit down place with 3 courses would be nice.
Appetizers: Aloo Chaat and Coconut Cauliflower. Aloo Chaat was your traditional chaat (tortilla like chip strips, garbanzo beans, and some sauces) which I enjoyed as an appetizer. Coconut cauliflower was drenched in coconut chutney AND coconut oil. The oil made me sick in a way and the overpowering coconut taste I didn't care for. Even when I took it home and tried to mix it with rice I couldn't finish it.
Entree-My friend ordered the lamb and I ordered the paneer something. My item was not oily and spicy! Just the way I like my Indian food! Next time I would go with someone vegetarian so I can try two curries, I generally like eating more than 1 with my food. Heard the lamb was delicious.
Naan-Garlic and Chili Naans were made tandoori style aka in an oven sans butter. This is good in the sense that the naan wasn't drenched in butter but it is definitely different. Crispy and not as soft. I guess I prefer mine on the stove softer.. The garlic got burned the way they cooked it.
Dessert-Rasmali Tiramusi. YUM!
Definitely would order here again for takeout/delivery. That seems to be their main revenue source as no one was in the restaurant. If you see this livingsocial deal, I would def snag it. Each entrée item is $12-15 so $20 for the whole thing is a steal.
For Indian food in the city, I like it!
Indian brunch for the win!
We got here on a Saturday morning around 11:30, and were seated immediately. We were there about 45 minutes before the place was full. I say that to say, either come early or make reservations. The place is BEAUTIFUL, and family friendly. We saw couples, families, and young folks all hanging out together.
Once you get here and seated, the service is attentive and kind. Our server, Josh, was good about answering questions, and providing suggestions, which made choosing from the expansive menu much easier. We had lovely rose mimosas, and I had the vindaloo egg skillet. The grilled challah is really delicious! My bestie got the poutine, which is billed as an appetizer, but you can totally eat it as a meal with the cheese, meat, and potatoes.
The pricing here is a taaad high, but between the setting, service, and scrumptious food, treat yourself and give it a shot!
Good Indian food, decent prices and quick delivery! I'll be ordering again! Their chicken korma dish is great!