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Posted by MixedSoul on 10/27/2006
Love the food, the atmosphere is the only down-side, because its like a small cafeteria. Definitely vegetarian friendly, and the chicken dishes are out of sight! Fast delivery, sometimes they mix up an order, but if you are calm, they will correct it (it happens, its a busy restaurant afterall). Its even good when you re-heat it later! Minar is one of the best Indian restaurants in the city!
Posted by MGM on 08/14/2006
Folks, this is by far the best food for takeout/delivery for lunch or dinner. I was addicted to the location in Philly and was happy to locate the older location in NYC. highly recommend this place
Posted by lolinad on 06/29/2006
1st of all, don't ever take a lady here unless she REALLY loves you or you're trying to get rid of her. it's got a food court atmosphere without the open-air freshness. a lot of loners there so you can eat your cheap lunch in comfortable solitude. one of the best curries masala i've ever had. basmati rice...well, how could you screw that up. too bad they don't have a buffet option so you can try more stuff. however, the quality of the food is not represented in the poor presentation. street food served over a roof. ...at lunch, the staff to patron ration is nearly 1:1. god bless nyc. also, order online to get a 10% discount.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/02/2006
I eat Minar for lunch at least once (sometimes 2 or 3 times) a week. The food is consistently good, the staff is always pleasant (even if the customers are rude rude rude, which seems to happen a lot), and the value is unbeatable. I never spend more than 7 bucks and always leave happily sated. Try the Chicken Tikka Masala - one of the best versions i've found in the city for the price.
Posted by nikki in the city on 02/17/2006
I order from Minar once in a while, whenever I crave good Indian food. I grew up with a Guyanese Indian sitter and she cooked for us daily. The food is delicious, my favorite is the saag paneer. Plus, its reasonably priced. Its not a fancy place, the atmosphere is completely functional and the service is blah. But for $7, what do you expect?
Posted by Rhea on 12/29/2005
This was my first time I ate Indian food from India and the food was great at a very low price. I suggest trying their chai it is very "down to earth".
Posted by Michael on 11/29/2005
Food is very very good, and you feel good after this food. Service is not so great.