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Mumtaz India Restaurant
Posted by anonymous on 08/20/2011
Visiting Mumtaz is always a wonderful experience. The food is as enjoyable as ever. I am extremely happy that they are back. I missed them much. Their new place looks very pretty. I have never eaten indian food anywhere else like theirs.
Posted by Francisco Guzman on 08/05/2011
We missed them so much! Did't have any other Indian food until Mumtaz re-opened!
Posted by Glen on 06/12/2010
My entire family has been eating here at Mumtaz for over 25 years, a special treat we always enjoy. We live on the West Side of Manhattan where there hasn't been an Indian restaurant there that can touch Mumtaz for delicious meals, breads and attentive service. We drive over from the West side to the East side, it's worth the trip! I especially love their Vindaloo, Saag and Korma dishes and the breads are never greasy. I've taken business associates and friends here who have returned themselves having enjoyed their time here. Truly one of the best Indian restaurants in Manhattan.
Posted by Tuffy on 06/01/2010
I knew the food wasn't good when I bit into the first piece of chicken in the chicken masala. The chicken was obviously not simmered long enough in the sauce, and you can smell the unpleasant smell of insufficiently cooked chicken. The chicken tikka masala was extremely sweet, making me think that I was eating sweet and sour chicken! Even the samosa was cold and mediocre. This was by far the worst Indian food I ever had in my life.
Posted by mark on 01/23/2010
Their shrimp malai, lamb vidaloo, chicken tandoori are abosolutely delicious! I would also recommend the soft puffed poori for the appetizer along with the roshi malai for desert. This is undoubtably one of the best places I've been to in a long time.
Posted by AML on 12/22/2009
I've dined in some of the finest and most expensive Indian restaurants in the city but none compares with Mumtaz. The cuisine is superb as is the service. It's cozy size is perfect for a tete a tete, and there's never any rushing as with the midtown fineries.
Posted by Julia on 12/09/2009
It's hard to go wrong with classic indian dishes like chicken tikki masala and pishwari naan bread, but this place totally misses the mark. The food is bland and not flavorful. Huge disappointment. I would not recommend ordering from here.