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Posted by Anonymous on 09/28/2012
Are we talking about the same place. This is not good Indian food. The vegetables were shriveled. The meat was extremely dry and chewy. Prices are decent but reflects fast food quality of what you're getting
Posted by anon on 07/26/2012
great service and good music but the food was extremely salty. i got the chicken saag and it would have been delicious if it had half the amount of salt. The naan was good but nothing special, a little on the dry side. all in all nothing to write home about.
Posted by Love Indian Food!! on 07/15/2012
Great great great great - good energy and service all great - and great take out. I am so glad this place opened!!
Posted by UESfoodie on 03/15/2012
I ordered the pre fixed delivery. I had the Sweet and sour Gobi and chicken tikka marsala. Both were excellent. Delivery was prompt and the price was right. I have order from them 4 time and its always been fantastic. Highly recommended.
Posted by Bdub on 01/20/2012
I love this place - order delivery from them once or twice a month, and crave it in between. Delicious flavorful samosas. We order the combo dinners and they are a great value. We've eaten in the restaurant which was BYOB when we went two or three months ago. Not a lot of "atmosphere," but very attentive staff (I drink a ton of water and my glass was always full). My co-worker (also an Upper East sider) and I were comparing notes on our go to restaurants in our neighborhood and we both said we had the BEST Indian recommendation - turned out we both loved OM!
Posted by UESMAVEN on 12/23/2011
I recently ordered takeout from here. We ordered two of the takeout specials, and was pretty disatisfied. The Chicken Tikka was good (but cold), the Samosa were good, but the filling was a bit off. The chicken Korma had canned pineapple!? That's just unnaceptable... And the Okra wasn't bad, but wasn't anything to write home about... The chef's need to pay more attention to the food if they want to survive. There are plenty of other great Indian restaurants in the area. Definatley not going back...
Posted by Englishtycoon on 12/15/2011
Best Indian Restaurant on the UES period. Chicken dishes are all white meat, food has great flavors and great combination of spices. Many places use the same base spices and a lot of dishes taste the same. The Nan bread is not only the best I have had, but probably the largest. The owner was extremely pleasant.