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Posted by Spicy Indian on 09/12/2011
I've been dining at Indian restaurants for years and Darbar Grill is by far one of the best for a buffet lunch. There is an array of veg and non veg choices and more than one dessert to choose from. The food is always fresh and delicious, the delivery is always fast and they always get my order correct. The service around lunch time could improve a tad bit but, that's probably because they are so busy. Overall definetly one of my favorite restauants.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/26/2010
I have been to Darbar Grill several times for their buffet lunch special ($11.95) and it never disappoints. The food is delicious. They always have a varied selection of meat and vegetable dishes and 4 to 5 desserts, all of them tasty. The decor is very tasteful and pretty, much nicer looking than most Indian restaurants in Murray Hill. I highly recommend Darbar Grill.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/23/2010
Real Spicy food for Cold weather... My parents live in Upper East Side. Whenever i visit them they take me to Darbar Grill. That makes my stay even more pleasant. I love their food. Its one of the best Indian Restaurants in NYC. I visit India a lot on business trip and Darbar Grill is closest to real food i have find. You just have to tell them that you want Indian Spicy. My parents like mild food and they make it mild for them. My favorite pick for appetizer is Okra Crunch and for main course Chicken Vindaloo.
Posted by Nick on 12/22/2010
There was no chef at the Dosa counter, people were rushing to get us out of the table, so they can fill more people waiting. food was good, but service is not....typical dont care attitude for the customers.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/02/2010
I have been here only for lunch-to-go. Great food, well-cooked right amount of spices, really fast delivery and reasonable. Highly recommended !
Posted by matt on 11/09/2010
I dropped in for a happy hour drinl ($6 for a top-shelf drink!) and was charmed by the barperson and the hostess, who were most kind and we had a great conversation. I'll definitely be back -- and if the Indian food is as good as their multi-cultural front-of-house staff, I'll look forward to that too (and I am fussy about Indian because I am English and Indian is the British national cuisine).
Posted by Yummy Food Taster on 09/20/2010
This place was yummy!