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Posted by anonymos on 02/16/2009
really impressed with bawarchis food the lamb jardaloo and mango chicken out of this world highly recomended place
Posted by anonymous on 02/07/2009
this is the best indain restaurant in midtown manhattan im a big indain food lover but i can rate this place as the best coz the blend of spices authentic ,the pieces of chicken cut area same size i would love to go this place again and again
Posted by chris on 01/23/2009
i happened to passing from this place and just walked in was very warmly greted seated on a window seat the waiter recomended kachori apetizer i was little reluctant but took his advice i was pleased the menu has description of kachori as hard to describe i would recomend every body must try this, then waiter recomended chicken bawarchi as entree this i noded my head without any hesitation it was so good i newer had any chicken like that i would love to go there again again and recomend every body this indian restaurant
Posted by Anonymous on 09/07/2008
For the most part, the food is very good, although it has been inconsistent recently. The vindaloo, usually thick and spicy has arrived watery and bland on several occasions. The naan and appetizers are always good.
Posted by Jae on 01/10/2008
For lunch this is the best indian meal you can find in the area. The food is resonably priced (half off for lunch) and the service is fantastic. I suggest the Chicken Tikki Masala.
Posted by Xtina on 12/27/2007
I had been here for a group lunch, and the food was decent and reasonably priced. Today, I went for a 'lunch box' to go, which is basically a tupperware filled with food from the already prepared buffet. I have never experienced such slow service. I should've been in and out of there in 5 minutes considering all the food is already laid out. Instead, I waited 5-10 minutes just for them to get a tupperware container. Then, I waited while they 'prepared' the condiments to go. What should've been a quick convenient take out was a long, painful, experience. Also, the rogan josh lamb has way too much vinegar this time.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/26/2007
While there are certainly other more fantastic Indian restaurants in midtown east, Bawarchi's delivers high value - arguably the best tasting Indian in the immediate neighborhood, and at a fair price. On a saturday night, the restaurant was very busy, but had very attentive service with minimal wait - just time to make a movie at 62nd at 1st.