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44th Street Minar
Posted by Indian expert on 2014-05-12
The food is really good. Though it is clearly a "dive" / cafe without much ambience (and none intended - so it's not a failure on part of the establishment), the food is on par with the best restaurants in the city.
The daily specials are really good -
Posted by Anonymous on 2014-04-01
I'm tasting less salt than before which is a big plus for me. Tikka masala appears to be all white meat now with more of a tomato flavor. Even the breads taste better than before.
Posted by kiyun humko dukh diya on 2014-02-10
I keep coming back as it's really the only Indian near my office, but the service really leaves a lot to be desired. Miserly portions, misplaced orders, a la carte options that get substituted without asking your permission, and worst of all, no apologies
Posted by anonymous on 2013-12-18
I absolutely love this hole in the wall restaurant and food is great and quick but the new management is miserable and uncourteous. I've gone there for the past two years twice a week for lunch but the new management is just so obnoxious and unhappy and r
Posted by NY foodie on 2013-08-20
The food quality is amazing. Not bland, individualized, with options to vary spice even on the standard options from the counter. So it solves the basic problem of fast food options of generic vs customized offerings.
Don't go expecting a gourmet dinin
Posted by FL foodie on 2013-06-06
It's a small place, you'd be forgiven for thinking it's a hole in the wall. But, if you're lucky enough to take a chance on it, you won't be disappointed! I went once on an off day as it is near my office, and have been a regular since.
THe specials ar
Posted by Chupke on 2013-01-22
Great addition to the neighborhood. And thankfully, the service and portions are better than the other two in the chain.
Friday specials are the best (cilantro chicken, potato aloo dum).
But weekend food is suspiciously the same as Friday specials,
Posted by Anonymous on 2012-12-18
Minar is noticeably cheaper than the competition but despite that they still do some things better. There's no pile of dried out pre-cooked naan sitting under a heat lamp - it's cooked to order even if you get a quickie lunch special. Complimentary rait