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Kismat Indian Restaurant
Posted by sally on 09/19/2014
this restaurant is wonderful. I love the food and the service is great, would recommend this to anyone who like Indian food as much as I do.
Posted by Mister Fernandez on 04/26/2014
Food is great. Glad they're on grub hub now. No complaints whatsoever.
Posted by Laurie on 03/27/2014
Love there Vindaloo Mixed Vegetables as well as onion or garlic Naan bread
Posted by Anonymous on 03/22/2014
Go there and you will be satisfied
Posted by coogan on 02/25/2014
Being a lover of Indian food, know good from bad, having had authentic home cooking/eaten in India all over/eaten at a zillion restaurants, have to say the meal i ordered for delivery recently was perhaps the best example of mediocre, confused, and how NOT to make indian food i've had in a decade. Maybe it was an off meal, but seeing how it was made I doubt it. Just because there's no other Indian restaurant in the area doesn't mean you can stop trying or assume your customers will tolerate it because they have no choice. Overall the entire meal was disappointing. The veg korma (kurma), garlic naan & appetizers were tasteless and not fresh. Naan was gummy, oily, topped with chopped garlic from those bottles (not fresh or yummy). Korma was just weird, unbalanced flavor, heavy/oily, not delicious, and only 3 little balls were given. Mixed appetizers were lame, a over fried veg fritter, an ok banana fritter, a veg samosa that was acceptable. Sides given- dal and shredded cabbage, greasy and flavorless. Good side is prices are great, delivery quick and friendly! Too bad it doesn't make up for lousy food made without love or fresh ingredients Oy vey!
Posted by Eleanor on 12/08/2013
I love this place. The food is great; it's by far some of the best Indian food in the city, plus the servers are nice. -- You will definitely be glad that you went there.
Posted by Pamela on 08/19/2013
I just ordered $25 worth of food, only a tiny portion of which was edible. The "chicken" dish was almost all mushy vegetables. The coconut soup had no flavor. It was shredded coconut and hot milk - blech. They included two sides, a lentil dish and cabbage. Both were gross and nobody wanted to eat them after one taste. My family loves Indian food and used to eat it a few times a week when we lived around more restaurants. This is my second time giving Kismet a try. It is my last.