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Posted by Leta on 11/01/2009
Finally, Indian food that one can eat..BK Heights has not had good Indian restaurants, but this one has a lot of potential...The food tastes great. I would not sit-in to eat though...not a big fan of their floor carpet
Posted by Andrew on 09/30/2009
The food is by far the best Indian in the Heights - curry chicken and korma are good, and the paneer is also solid. I would agree with the service the first week, but they seem to be quicker now for me at least.
Posted by brooklyn girl on 09/28/2009
I ordered take out from this restaurant last Friday night. Went in, ordered a saag paneer and tandoori mix grilled, both of which were dishes I love and know well, especially since we used to get it from Curry Leaf (the Indian restaurant formerly in this spot). First annoyance was that the waiter refused my credit card, and he went on to make a vague excuse about the CC machine being kind of broken. So I paid cash. After waiting about 20 minutes, while only four people were dining at the restaurant, I got my food and brought it home. The tandoori mixed grill was ALL chicken, and smothered in a overly sweet mango sauce (it typically should not have sauce on it, though it is my fault that I didn't see this described on the menu). The saag paneer had an orange-color sauce and very little spinach or paneer. When I called the restaurant to tell them that the tandoori dish was missing all the other meats, the restaurant reluctantly offered to make a new one, and then asked me to pick it up. I had just been in the restaurant while waiting for my food and they knew I was 9 months pregnant. Anyway, the replaced dish came to our home eventually, but it was still mostly chicken with two very dry pieces of shrimp. This place is NOT recommended.
Posted by Eater on 09/17/2009
Just ordered take out --it's delish : )