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Posted by anonymous on 06/25/2009
This food is delicious. Period. Not just because there are no other Indian places around, it's simply good. I had chicken kurma and loved it. And the soup that came with it for free was great too. Oh my god, it's not authentic? Who cares.
Posted by ~Katyusha~ on 05/12/2009
Quit your bitchin’ about the authenticity of Indian cuisine in NYC- especially Manhattan and especially in Washington Heights. This is not your mama’s kitchen and don’t expect not to find the ingredients that you don’t like and the over-stretched smiles when you pick up your order. The service is courteous and the bottom line is- the food is great. Personally, my drug of choice is lamb masala paired with mulligatawny soup.
Posted by Betty on 05/03/2009
I had chicken tikka masala delivered- the delivery was prompt, but that was the only good point. The naan was doughy and undercooked, the chicken was full of gristle and overcooked, and the sauce was bland, thin, and oily. I wouldn't order again.
Posted by lulu on 05/01/2009
we love this restaurant, take out or eat in. One of the few Washington Heights local restaurants that delivers truly delicious food. We've been eating indian food together for close to 15 years and this is one of our favorite restaurants ever. Yummy!
Posted by Dee wright on 04/25/2009
I decided to take a chance and order from here being that the reviews were so mixed...well I shouldn't have. I decided to go the safe route and get a chicken Tikka and it was tasteless. The naan was average and I could have made a better raita in my own kitchen. Not only was the raita tasteless it was completely over priced for the portion size. I am a frequent Indian food eater, I would never recommend this establishment to anyone I know. Please take my word for it, it is not worth the risk!
Posted by camachoaa on 04/09/2009
This past Tuesday evening I and 9 other friends of mine all went to Kismat to enjoy decent Indian food for a reasonable price. All 10 of us ordered appetizers and entrees. Needless to say we were all very pleased. So much so we started a buffet style diner. The spices are rich and the food is filling. My personal favorite is the Mixed Malai which is mixed meats in a pineapple, banana, yogurt, etc. sauce. WOW it was tasty. Their Naan, Samosa and mulligatawny soup are some of the best I have had. If you happen to be this far uptown and want good Indian food at a bargain then look no further Kismat is the stop. Eat well.
Posted by anonymous on 04/07/2009
Kismat is a gem in this neighborhood. It has amazing Indian food and never disappoints. I have been eating here for years and have followed the restaurant from its previous location on Broadway to where it is now. Although the restaurant atmosphere is nice, it is in need of some improving. However appearances aside, I consider Kismat to have some of the best Indian food in NY. For the high quality of their food (and their always speedy delivery) the prices at Kismat are a steal. The specials each week are phenomenal and I'd recommend this place to anyone looking for a great meal that won't break the bank.