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Posted by in search of... on 04/01/2015
We'd heard about the garlic curry from a mention long ago in the NY Times. Garlic curry! Could that be divine? Well, no. Awful. Harsh red sauce. And they brought the wrong order to my companion - they really don't seem to be terribly in the loop about what they are doing. Overpriced, stressful atmosphere, subpar food. What a pity. Next!
Posted by S Easwar on 03/15/2015
Food was awful - tasteless, bland, sick-looking hospital food, prices were ridiculously high, service was 'meh'. Avoid at all costs unless you are fond of a big hole in your pocket for nothing. Saravanna or Pongal offer much better value (food quality and taste wise. the rest is on par i.e service and price)
Posted by Mzx7 on 10/31/2014
Ordered Chicken Biryani and Gobi 65. The Gobi 65 was just ok. For $14, the chicken biryani seemed to be the size of a small snack and the worst part, the two tiny pieces of chicken were almost entirely bone. Never going back.
Posted by Knows Indian food on 07/20/2013
The food is good. I often order pick-up as it's near my office and home. But service is disappointing. I frequently have to ask for cutlery, plastic utensils. It's never service with a smile. Their attitude is frankly not acceptable. Seems like they are doing you a favor when you give them money.
Posted by Baliga. on 05/27/2012
NO A/C on a hot muggy day on Memorial day. Cold water was served within a few minutes. Nobody came for 15 minutes to take a drinks order. Then it took 15 mins and me having to ask again before the beer came. The food was tasting good but not great, the quantity was small, and the food was not warm (temperature). That was a di-aster. The prices are high and what worse is curry priced as $15 does not come with rice!
Posted by Desi expert on 04/16/2012
So, after being told by the waiter, who came back after a 15 minute wait with no attention to us, that we had to decide within just a few minutes as the kitchen was closing, we were told that nothing we wanted from the menu was available. OK, let's try some other choices. Again, nothing available. So, we asked, what is actually availbale? We got a rather rude repsonse on the lines of, "everything except what you just asked for". Try again, and our new choices were not available. Went for some basic generic Indian items that we wouldn't have paid so much for at a place like this as we left it to them to bring us stuff - apart from the rudeness, we regretted staying and felt we should have just left.
Posted by Jay on 04/09/2012
I am Chettiar (i.e from Chettinad), and took my girlfriend to Anjappar with hopes of wowing her with our cuisine. I was disappointed that there was almost no real Chettinad dishes there. The few Chettinad items they had on the menu weren't available, according to the waitress. The appetizer was delicious and well presented, but the main was so loaded with chillies and spice that even I was sweating. The service was a bit chaotic and not smooth. That might be teething issues. A dinner for two with one drink each, an appetizer and two entrees came to $80. A bit pricey for my tastes unless it's a special occasion.