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Posted by Anonymous on 11/13/2014
We have eaten and ordered food for over 3 years. Food is good and people are very polite however, the need to bring in some freshness in their menu. The menu is the same u get in all Indian restaurants. Andaz needs tobring in new dishes . Too staple and boring . Upper east side needs a change of palate and the oil you use. We love you guys and your food but time you change the menu.
Posted by Biff on 07/01/2013
I live two blocks from Andaz, have eaten here a few times... always good, always fresh and tasty! This is one of the best Indian restaurants in Manhattan!
Posted by Charles and Susan on 05/22/2013
After a long time we had a good weather. We ventured out, had a long walk and watched a good movie. We got hungry, googled Indian restaurant and found Andaz. I must say, it was a amazing discovery. We are living in upper east side for two years and always went to curry hill for Indian restaurant. Not any more. This place is far better and closer. Cauliflower appetizer "Lasooni Gobhi" was good. Chicken Tikka Masala was even better than London restaurants. Malabar Shrimp curry was delicious. Their breads are so fresh and tasty. Servers were friendly and knowledgable. We will be back.
Posted by Jennifer on 01/16/2013
My cousin moved inot the upper east side recently. I helped her moved in. For dinner we did the online search for Indian food. Andaz popped way up in the list. We tried and loved it. We had Lasooni gobhi appetizer and Chicken tikka Masala and Sag paneer as main course with rice and Nan. All were amazing. They were fresh and flavorful. Now I have one more reason to visit my cousin. Two thumbs up.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/29/2012
This is my second experience with Andaz and I should not have given them a second chance. I had a 1 hour 15 minute delivery wait. My displeasure with the service notwithstanding, this place is still below average. My vindaloo was relatively tasteless and the chicken was dry. I enjoyed the roti and the saag, but those two items are on par with other average Indian places. Maybe it is better when you eat in but definitely not worth ordering. On my previous experience, I found the lunchbox a decent value but had a similarly long wait. Take you business elsewhere.
Posted by nycgirl228 on 12/09/2012
This is the best Indian in the neighborhood by far and the best I have had in the city. Always excellent. I also have never had problems with delivery, but I live close by.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/09/2012
They will always tell you it takes 30-40 minutes for delivery. This evening it was 90 minutes, arrived cold and was missing an item.