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Posted by anonymous on 05/01/2010
My family and I order delivery from Amin quite frequently. The food is amazing every time. I've eaten Indian food in places all over the city and I have yet to have food as great as Amin's. Additionally, the service is fantastic. The service is always friendly and frequently gives us desserts or breads compliments of the house. This restaurant is a hidden gem within Park Slope.
Posted by anonymous on 02/27/2010
I got the vegetable biryani and it was probably the worst indian food I'd ever had. Bland rice with no taste, big hunks of undercooked or overcooked vegetables and raw tomato and cucumber. In a biryani?? Very strange. My boyfriend got the Korma which was just ok and the samosas were think and doughy and tasteless as well. Not good food, not good value. Will never order from them again.
Posted by Harriet Tubman on 12/13/2009
What can change the nature of a man? One word: Amin. If you're interested in music, this may be a hot spot. Here's to hopin' we don't get sick.
Posted by theweatherman on 07/04/2009
I have ordered from here many times since moving to Park Slope. Every time I have been more than satisfied with the service and the quality of the food. It is truly excellent.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/16/2008
decent is the best word to describe it. If you want decent Indian food then this is a good bet, but don't expect anything more!
Posted by Anonymous on 08/03/2008
I've tried a lot of Indian cuisines, generally they are in a pretty high standard. However, nothing tasted acceptable in Amin. The "banana bakora" tasted like plantain bakora. The egg plant curry tasted like hanna and mud. The roti tasted like baking soda. Even the beer tasted like metal. It is hard to believe anyone can make such food.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/02/2007
My girlfriend ordered vegetable curry which was a watery tomato sauce s well as a tasteless paratha. I ate here about 2 years ago and it was good, I don't know what happened.