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Posted by Dr Kirti on 06/27/2010
I am, like most Indians, picky about Indian food. I think the food from Indus Express gives delicious Indian food and offer excellent value--lots of food for the money and the quality is very good. My bhelpuri took me 'back home' with the tart, tangy sweet sauce with just enough heat and the crunch of the sev balanced by the potatoes and mangoes. It was a wonderful weekend treat. Don't miss the tandoori chicken and the Kashmiri Nan are also great offerings. Thank you Indus Express!
Posted by shabuchwae on 06/18/2010
I liked the potatoes...'bout it. And Lord knows I never thought I'd give out a 1-star rating. I was so excited to use my 8coupon deal that I took extra lunch time from work to hike over and try this place. Reason being I've been hooked since the first time I was made the most amazing Indian food by Indian friends. Ever since I've snagged it anywhere I can in America & while abroad. But I'm not unreasonable; I never expect true Indian spice in American restaurants. But I do expect a good flavor, which Indus Express is sorely lacking. I ordered a Chicken Tikki Dosa & a Masala (Veggie) Dosa. They each came with coconut chutney, sambar, and Indian hot sauce. The chicken was aight...but flavorless. The dosa bread had an unpleasant smell. Masala? I guess potatoes and onions are veggies...but I was expecting a bit more variety. And both dosas had more bread than filling. The hot sauce saved the filling I emptied out into the container...but I could taste a substantial amount of granulated sugar! The coconut chutney smelled and tasted abysmal. The sambar had flavor...but it was so salty you could barely taste anything else. And while I didn't order it, I saw them put pre-made fried chaat in the microwave to heat it up! More than half of my meal wound up in the trash. I had originally planned to go back in a few weeks to take advantage of their $5 Friday Roti Special...but no way. But, to end on a decent note, the guy who took my order was nice and accommodating...even if the guy who prepared my food and slammed it down on the counter was the polar opposite. This place ruined my lunch time experience.
Posted by Angie on 09/14/2009
I had food delivered to my hotel while I spend a few days working in NY. The chicken tikka masala was creamy and delicious, and the palak paneer was fantastic! The kheer was also wonderful. This place got a few mixed or even bad reviews. Not sure why. Maybe it's just b/c I don't live in New York, but I have had both good and bad Indian foods in other cities and this rated in the tops for me.
Posted by Hitanshu on 05/07/2009
Awsome place for grabbing lunch. you get the best for the value you pay for.Cant expect much as its NY and not Mumbai. But good Indian food go for it.
Posted by cygirl on 04/23/2009
this place is a much better version of a popular lunchtime Indian steam table nearby. Here, they actually are pleasant behind the counter, your lunchbox gets you bread and rice, and the food is just as good with perhaps a better selection. One meat and two veggie lunch combo will be just shy of ten bucks but make for a great lunch with leftovers for an afternoon snack!
Posted by Pintu on 04/07/2009
quality but not quantity. Expensive for no reason. I been there for take out during lunch time and all of their staff are totally unorganized. They told me to wait for the bread but they were keep on serving bread to others. Will not go here again.
Posted by Krishna on 02/25/2009
Too pricey for Indian Food. Can't imagine paying 2 dollars for an extra roti. And vegetarians got to be extra careful if they are particular about meat. They end up cooking/heating Veg Dishes on the same flat grill that they use for the non-vegetarian dishes. They have been in business for over a year now and still don't have a good system of servicing the customers. There is no concept of a queue and one does not typically know when the order is ready.