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Posted by JT Pekins on 02/26/2012
Ordered at 1130 on a saturday night, got really greassy tandoor chicken bathed in chili tomato sauce, when we ordered Tikka Masala. Nan was soggy, curry was not creamy as it used o be, and chicken was a reheat for sure, aarrived cold as well, with only a 3 block delivery, avaoid and try somewhere else, shame, used to be great
Posted by Rob from Manhattan on 01/07/2012
My wife and I live in the neighborhood and like Indian food, and we both enjoyed our recent meal here. The portions are ample for the price, and the food is very tasty. We really liked the Lassuni Gobi appetizer, which looked like a sesame chicken entree from a Chinese place, but was miles more flavorful, and with solid heat. I tried the Goan curry for the first time and thought it was excellent. The Naan portion is tremendous; you only need one for two people, same with the Samosas, which also have a good sauce with some heat. The service was extremely friendly, and very attentive. I must have had a dozen glasses of water! The only downside is the restaurant is tiny- maybe 20 seats, and is smaller than the bedroom in my midtown 1BR- seriously.
Posted by anonymous on 08/26/2011
the server men he is fucking asshwhole very rude
Posted by Anonymous on 05/31/2011
The naan bread was greasy...if that's possible. Chicken tikka masala was good but not the best in the area. Service was good. Sorry can't give a better review.
Posted by Lyn on 05/08/2011
I've been here a couple of times in the past few weeks, and it's delicious. I am not usually a fan of Indian food, but this place turned me on to it. The food is very fresh and the service is good too. The restaurant is small and intimate. Go, and enjoy!
Posted by Ryan on 02/13/2011
I've ordered from here several times now and I've been well satisfied with everything on the menu except the kebab roll, it was basically a lamb-burrito wrapped in naan, and was very underwhelming in its spicing and flavor. Otherwise, everything is delicious, but you are not getting away without spending $20 per person, if not more. Sad how that always seems to be the case with Indian food, because it is SOOOO tasty!
Posted by Happy Diners on 11/26/2010
The kebab rolls are yummy and lassi is quite good. We didn't care much for their aloo gobi, tandoor dishes nor their phaal hot curry. Their stuff tends to be overcooked and not seasoned right, somehow!