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Posted by kalyan on 10/01/2014
Wonderful experience. I started with the appeitizer(raagra chat). Very very nice. I did not know the size of whole wheat roti and ordered 5 of them for 3 of us. But manager Anthony said that 2 should be good enough and so they did. He was really nice and honest person. Still I had to love the food too which I did. I then had malai kofta and dal makahni, both were nice. I would defintely visit this place and would recommend my friends to try this place.
Posted by Marsi on 09/10/2014
I went to Asya once and I was pretty happy. I went there after 6 months and I was very disappointed by the host. I just didn't like the way he treated me and my family. I won't be back there anymore although the food was very nice.
Posted by Marcus on 09/10/2013
The food here was unappetizing. I ordered delivery and am positive the curry was made from Campbell's tomato soup. Never again.
Posted by Ramesh on 12/04/2012
I was there Sunday night with my friends, and I must say, we had an amazing night. We are from Long Island and heard about this place from my friend so we took a ride there and having tried various Indian restaurants in past 12 years i would say from bottom of my heart that this place has great food and heart warming ambience. Asya is a beautiful restaurant with a great atmosphere. The food is great and the prices are at par with them. We had the Tandoori Chicken and Lamb Chops to start off with while my friends had the Sheesh Kebab and Fish Tikka, all appetizers were great. I will definitely be returning and recommending to my family and friends. Finally a good Indian restaurant to go for date night. Best Tandoori Chicken in Town!
Posted by OliviaK on 12/03/2012
I came here last night with my boyfriend, and I must say, I had an amazing night. First off let me say that I am from the neighborhood and have tried the other two Indian restaurants. I would never go to those places with my boyfriend since they are not at all romantic. Asya is a beautiful restaurant with a great atmosphere. The food is also better than the other two and the prices are at par with them. I had the Aloo Papri to start off with while my boyfriend had the Chicken Malai Kebab, both were great. For the main course I had the Chicken Tikka Masala (I can't go to any Indian restaurant without ordering it! One of the best I've had.) while he had the Lamb Vindaloo (spicy but delicious). I will definitely be returning and they also deliver. Finally a good Indian restaurant to go for date night.
Posted by Dumbo Dude on 12/02/2012
Lived in Dumbo for 5 years and never had a good Indian food option...until now. My standard order Tikka Masala, comes in a rich creamy sauce with great pieces of white meat, and Saag Paneer, with delicious Indian spices. Highly recommend this place.
Posted by a neighbor on 11/30/2012
...I'd never order from here again. I gave it a chance when it was Balucchi's - so-so food at high prices. As Asya, the prices are the same and the food's even worse - the only saving grace was the samosa. The masala sauce resembled watery soup, I think the cap must've came off the salt when someone tried to season the chicken saagwala (it was inedible; I threw the whole thing out), and the salad was a small bed of wilted greens and huge slices of cucumber and carrot - for $6. The delivery time was an hour and twenty minutes through Seamless for our small order and the food was lukewarm to cold. We thought by renaming the restaurant they'd up the quality. No such luck.