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Posted by Ken on 07/04/2012
When this little gem on Third Ave. between 84 and 85 Streets closed, I was very disappointed. It was the best in the area. But they came back to a new home on York Ave and the cuisine is a glorious as ever. Maybe not tops in the decor department, still - the balanced and sensational selection is something to shout about. If you're a fan of Indian food, it's a place you'll want on the top of your list.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/08/2012
The portions are wonderful! The food tastes very good. I'm very content. Very satisfied.
Posted by UESider on 04/17/2012
I love Indian food and this is my favorite Indian restaurant. I'm so glad that they're back! Service is excellent and friendly, food is flavorful and served quickly. Just top-notch all around. My favorite meal is the lamb vindaloo (they make it extra spicy for me), mango lassi and a side of papadum. My friends and I love this place.
Posted by Rob on 02/13/2012
I was craving indian food and the only place where I can get indian food to my satifcation is Mumtaz. I had the most awesome shrimp buna and poori for appetiziers and roghan josh for the main course. It was great and I loved it! Mumtaz, you're one of a kind!
Posted by JH on 02/04/2012
Have been ordering delivery from here for many years, and was having a hard time finding any other good Indian food when Mumtaz on Third Ave shut down. I'm soooooooo happy they are back!
Posted by Val on 01/26/2012
By far the best Indian food I've ever had. Many of the dishes I've tried have a unique flavor that other Indian restaurants just cant seem to top and you probably wont find another restaurant that serves such flavorful dishes! My personal favorites are the Mango lassi drink followed by main course with a sizzling tandori chicken dish and nan with those amazing condiments they have (Especially the green sauce!)
Posted by Maestro on 12/04/2011
Small tables, too close together, with little space for food. Restaurant not busy but waited for waiter to bring menus. Standard Indian fare offered. No papadum served. Chicken Tikka not served on sizzling platter but, rather, on a plate with undercooked onions and green peppers. Not very hot, nor was my partner's chicken saag served hot. The nan was hot and fresh. Rice was gluey Waiter was something out of a Woody Allen movie. I wondered if we were actually on "Candid Camera". Beer was good. Wine pedestrian. Too many Indian restaurants in this neighborhood to go back. Overall, mediocre but not overpriced