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Posted by AQ on 12/10/2014
The food was fine, though they serve overly ample portions of white rice. Dark atmosphere. First person to serve us was very rude and patronizing. The other servers were nice. Wouldn't return.
Posted by uppereasider on 04/03/2013
the food used to be delicious now it is awful so much cream not enough chicken in your chicken tikkamasa and no cheese in your shaag panir dont know what happened its a shame you used to be my favorite indian restaurant
Posted by Anonymous on 01/11/2013
This place used to be great. It's still very good, but has definitely gone downhill. (Even the reviews here reflect that - check out all the positive ratings before 2007-08.) The service is still the most personable you'll find anywhere, and the food can be delicious, but it's not consistent. Would love to see Tandoor-Oven restored to its old self!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/05/2012
This was by far the poorest Indian I have ever had. OVER PRICED, but even if it was cheap it was inedible! I threw it out. There was too much salt in some dishes and the poori was stale I don't recommend this place
Posted by Anonymous on 09/08/2012
Ordering from this restaurant was a delight followed by delicious food that we will order again! Whomever took our order was so kind, it's nice to deal with neighborhood restaurants who care!
Posted by John B. on 04/15/2011
Firstly, I'm giving it two stars because I've gotten things there which were decent. I haven't been there often, but have never been disappointed like this before. I had a really bad experience there today. I ordered take out on a Thursday night at 9:30. That's not that odd a time, right? I ordered Chicken Tikka Masala (because I was too tired from work to even read the menu), Aloo Parathas, and Mughlai Parathas. I got it home, famished, and opened up the first container. It had rice in it, but not fluffy, juicy, long-grained basmati rice. You know the kind of rice you get when you reheat rice from leftover Chinese food the next day? Dry, crumbly and clumped together unnaturally--that's what it was like. Then I tried the Mughlai Paratha, which sounded like a nice variation on the normal potato (Aloo) ones I'm used to. Same thing--dry and crumbly like it was prepared days before. The Chicken Tikka Masala was acceptable (except for the rice I ate with it), but no more than acceptable. The Aloo Paratha was pretty tasty though, you can't go wrong with ghee. I have to say, I was pretty let down this time. I'll try it again sometime on a Friday or Saturday when the food is fresh, but certainly won't order from there on a weeknight again. It's a shame, too--they're always pretty nice and friendly there.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/24/2010
I came here for lunch with mom. The place was empty and nobody was there to seat us. The dishes are about $15 each and the size of appetizers. I asked the waiter how many pieces of chapati do we get. He said "2 pieces". I said, "that's not much but ok, we'll have an order of it." The food came and was burnt to a crisp and tough. When the chapati came, only 1 piece was served to us so I said, "I thought we get two pieces?" He said, "the menu changes all the time." Apparently the menu changed within 15 minutes after I asked how many pieces of chapati we get! The server seemed angry all the time. He was not like that only to us but to the new customers as well. The atmosphere was so uncomfortably quiet in there that I could clearly hear a conversation across the restaurant even when spoken softly. Play some music or something! I am definitely not coming back.