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Posted by Andrew on 04/10/2010
I've been living (and eating) in the East Village for 4 years now. I had never eaten Indian food and 4 years ago, I tried Angon. I loved it. For four years I have gone to a wide variety of Indian places and for me, nothing compares to Angon. I went back and back again and now, when I walk in I feel like the prodigal son being welcomed back for a celebratory feast in my honor. I recently realized, Angon on the Sixth has moved in my book from my favorite Indian restaurant in the East Village to my favorite restaurant in the East Village, period.
Posted by Michele on 04/05/2010
This is a place where, whenever I go, it feels like I am having dinner at a friend's or relatives home. The people and the atmosphere get's you. I could never come out of this place before spending at least a couple of hours. Recently I went there again for a friend's birthday celebration. We were pleasantly surprised by a gift of a birthday cake from the restaurant. I have to suggest you about a couple of items that we had. If you are there .... go for the chicken roast or the rezala. These are mild dishes regarding heat, but, the taste and flavor is fabulous.
Posted by April on 12/10/2009
I have been coming to this restaurant consistently for my last six years I have lived in NYC and it has yet to disappoint! Having lived in India and visited several times I can rightfully say the food served here is authentic and wonderful. The service has always been exceptional - with recommendations, remembering past choices, a friendly smile, and quick service. I have a birthday dinner here every year and always bring friends who are visiting from out of town - a place I feel proud of... This is one of my favorite restaurants in all of New York City!
Posted by Tine on 10/28/2009
Not sure what has happened... This place used to be very good: excellent food, great service, and a warm and cozy atmosphere. Gave it another shot after reciving even less than mediocre service last time I went there (including a waiter who simply left in the middle of our meal -without returning, leaving us without anyone to replace him, interestingly enough...!). I figured it was simply a down-day. Apparantly not so... Although the food itself was still fine/good, it was nothing super-special... It is also pricy when compared with other Indian restaurants, now serving comparable or even better food! It is sad, I used to love this place and I was willing to pay the slightly higher prices, but I will be looking elsewhere from now on.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/14/2009
Was at the restaurant last night and am puzzled by the positive reviews. The food was mediocre, the ambiance kitschy, (expected with Indian restaurants, admittedly) and the service was non-attentive. Not recommended in the least.
Posted by Scott Solon on 08/01/2009
This Quaint little place does not look great from the outside but once inside you are welcomed by very friendly staff. Ask for Milton he is amazing and will go over the menu with you and help you pick dishes accordingly! Palak Ponir & Chickwen Corma were amazing!
Posted by ajnyc on 05/07/2009
had a table of 7 and so were able to try so many dishes - each one was great quality and flavors. and the bill was also a great surprise - $250 for 7 people!! they've done a nice job with the decor - it feels cozy and all the staff are so friendly. will definitely be coming back!