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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.
Posted by Sandra on 10/11/2012
I must thank my girlfriend for recommending this new place. Andaz was beyond and above what I expected. Food is excellent. It taste good and fresh. Service is on the spot. This is my new hangout joint now.
Posted by Nick on 10/05/2012
Its always a delight to have an authentic Indian meal in the neighborhood. I'm turning a vegetarian for health reasons. Their Sag Paneer and Chana Masala is out of this world. I also love their Lamb chops and Malabar Shrimp curry. Their delivery is fast and efficient. But if you can always try to eat in. They treat you good and have excellent service. 5 star to them.
Posted by anonymous on 09/19/2012
The food takes forever and the establishment does not care about their clients.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/03/2012
I agree with the last reviewer completely. I ordered takeout and it was poor. And to top it off I told the nice man on the phone that I was going to write a review of his restaurant on Menupages so you'd of thought they'd at least try to send something decent over. If thats the best they can do, after just being told nicely that their restaurant was about to be reviewed then Forgetaboutit!
Posted by DG on 06/07/2012
This place used to be consistently good, but now the food is barely edible. The delivery is prompt, the food is warm, the desert is good but main dishes are oily and lack any flavor. Will not order for a while.
Posted by Dave on 05/07/2012
Absolute best Indian in the neighborhood if not the city. Comfortable environment without being NYC "cozy." In other words, you're not cramped and your table is more than 6 inches from the loud boor next to you; a nice respite in the UES. Service is generally excellent, with a relaxed, non-pushy team approach. My girlfriend never liked Indian food because it was "too spicy." I finally explained that this is an often-held misconception; spices don't have to burn your tongue and Indian usually doesn't, outside a nice curry, which they actually made hot enough for me to enjoy (I eat habaneros straight and drink the juice from the jar, seriously). She ate there with me twice, getting Chicken Tikka Masala and, within a week of our second visit, asked if I wanted to go again because she had a craving. The food is that good, give this place a try.