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Posted by Tiger Koehn on 02/24/2015
I have spent time in India. I also love great Indian Food, Northern and Southern. This is supposed to be Northern Indian Food. The food is absolutely the most disappointing Indian Food I have ever had in NYC. The curries are watery, the bread is unappetizing, The apps are always over cooked. Their Lassi had too much sugar in it. I have tried this place 4 times just to see if the chef was "Off".
Posted by Spymylittleye on 10/14/2013
I order from here weekly! Best Chicken Tikki Masala ever, but I always call the order in because Seamless makes you decide between mild and spicy. When you call, they'll do a medium, which is perfection. (Mild is really bland, spicy is inedible.) The Sag Poneer is fabulous, as is the Aloo Motor Gobi. It's a bit pricey, but you get a substantial amount of food. I prefer take out because the ambiance leaves something to be desired. Definitely give this place a try though!
Posted by Sarah on 08/04/2012
The food at Bay Leaf is excellent! My boyfriend is british and very picky about where he eats his Indian cuisine since back "home" they have several very good authentic choices to chose from. We decided to get a takaway but only for convenience on our part. The restaurant atomosphere was low key, servers looked very attentive and our meal was ready to go when we arrived. I order the chicken tikka masala (my fav) and my boyfriend ordered the chicken madras which he loved as well. The nann bread was good-a little soggy and smaller than what we're used to in England, but overall the meal was delicious. Will definitely be returning!
Posted by theChips on 07/21/2012
This is hands down the best Indian food in Williamsburg. Oh my god get the tandoori chicken on the bone and the chana masala. Thanks.
Posted by Aditya on 06/22/2012
Absolutely the poorest Indian food I have had! The menu is expansive since they are using the same sauce to drown your chicken as your veggies. I am writing this after having to throw away the vegetable container almost untouched, 10$ rit into the trash. After thirty dollars and an empty stomach I am resigned to the fact that Williamsburg is not the place to be eating Indian food, stick to queens or manhattan. I feel bad because the guy was nice on the phone and the delivery dude was also on time and courteous. But the food is unappetizing, a waste of money.