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Kismat Indian Restaurant
Posted by Anonymous on 05/08/2010
Not authentic but yummy. Not bad just too pricy.
Posted by ManhattaniteandIndianfor37Yrs on 02/27/2010
Not the best Indian food, but will do if I do not feel like cooking. I am surprised at how little people who eat here know about the cuisine; people it gets much better! All of the curries taste the same, no matter what style you get. Worst kebabs, best parathas and the red onion chutney that comes with the dishes.
Posted by Harlem Resident on 02/05/2010
Tough to find good Indian food in the area. A wonderful find
Posted by Anonymous on 01/28/2010
We always get the chicken madras, chicken malai, veg samosas and cheese naan. I ask for the chicken extra spicy and it's great! Love the coriander sauce that comes with the samosas. This is great and I'm so glad it's in the neighborhood!
Posted by Indian Food Queen on 01/07/2010
I know Indian food and Kismat is on point- it's exactly the way Indian Food is supposed to be cooked. I've had it delivered and the food is always exceptional and pretty reasonably priced. This place is delish!
Posted by InwoodPhotog on 11/22/2009
I was really excited to find out that there was an Indian restaurant close enough to my apt to get delivery. Then I ordered and my excitement vanished. I've never in my life had such bland food. I ordered samosas, saag paneer and chicken tikka masala. All of them were lacking a very essential ingredient, whether it was salt, garam masala, pepper or what, I don't know. I had to add my own spices to spruce it up. Was very disappointing. I had gotten the tandoori chicken and that was good. The only thing that was flavorful out of the whole meal.
Posted by SL on 10/29/2009
the food here is fantastic, especially the daal, naan and the lamb rogan josh. That's how it's supposed to be done. I'm very picky with my Indian food since I'm Indian, but this is super delicious food and very affordable. Definitely don't skip the naan.