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Posted by Cyberparlor on 10/23/2006
I have been going to this place for years. The food is cheep and amazing. I have tried all the others on 6th st. and this is the best.Great for Vegitarians like myself.
Posted by Ingrid on 09/25/2006
I have sampled Indian food all over NYC and this is the absolute best. The tastiest, juiciest, most mouth-watering food with the most romantic atmosphere. I will never go anywhere else!
Posted by ILoveIndianFood on 09/04/2006
My wife ordered the vegetarian lunch special....didn't include half of the things that were to be included as per the menu. The waiter didn't seem to care much...I ordered the chicken tikka...driest and most unflavorful version I have ever had...and I'm Indian! (I've had this dish quite a few times at many many places.) Overall...nothing special
Posted by asher on 06/23/2006
Everything is amazing. I go there all the time and the service and live music is great! The food is also wonderful. The chicken tandoori is really very well cooked and jucy. Calcutta is definitely the place to go!
Posted by Anonymous on 03/02/2006
The delivery took 2 hours and our location is just 5 blocks away. We called several times to check on it, and he kept saying that he had just left and would be right there. The food was not well-spiced, and a little overcooked. Not worth the money. Go to one of the better indian restaurants in the same block.
Posted by once a week on 02/24/2006
I just had dinner here because of the good reviews and what a dissapointment! Appetizer Chana Bhajee was dry and pedestrian. My husband ordered Lamb Kurma, I Malai Kofta. Our food very much looked the same, so after tasting my husband's lamb, I discovered that his lamb and my kofta was swimming in the same sauce! The lamb was dry, the kofta was over-fried. After bringing this to the attention of the server, we got the answer that we most likely did not have these food before, because this is how it suppose to be. (We live in the E.V. and eat indian pretty often.) I don't know why people think this place a good value. It is priced just as any other in the neighborhood.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/19/2006
Why pay so much for the chain Indians? Go to Calcutta! The ambiance is of your regular dark, candlelit Indian restaurant with the sitar player in the background. But the prices make it worthwile. I had a party of five people. We also ordered wine and an appetizer. The total was around 100 bucks. We didn't order the cheapest things on the menu either. The price is so good! The resturant isnt very loud so you can have a dinner date.