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Posted by 88th Man on 07/09/2011
This place doesn't mess around. It's real deal Indian food. Go if you're not afraid of a little spice!
Posted by Ranu on 07/05/2011
Wonderful fresh delicious Indian food made with quality ingredients. Love it! Great addition to UES.
Posted by stuffurfacenyc on 07/02/2011
Dinner here tonight was enjoyable from start to finish. Food was delicious, well-seasoned, and well-portioned, service was friendly, paced well, and the right amount of attentive, and atmosphere was pleasing. Chicken Korma and samosas were particularly tasty. It's also BYOB (at least for now), which is a bonus. We will definitely be back!
Posted by deb on 06/25/2011
Have ordered the Om mixed grill 3 times and each time have received amazingly tasty tender chicken, fish and lamb. Large enough to share. Really a fantastic find.
Posted by yoginijenny on 06/24/2011
I've never been moved to write one of these reviews before, but after our third meal from OM I wanted to share the love. The food is delicious, the price is awesome (especially the $14 take out/delivery deal), and the people are so lovely. If you're thinking of Indian, definitely give this place a chance!
Posted by SMH on 06/13/2011
I don't have a lot of experience with Indian food, but I love food and especially enjoy spicy food. This place is clean, the owner friendly and the food is great! They don't have a liquor lic so you can bring your own. To top it off its very inexpensive. I have been there twice and it tends to be quite. I think the staff is still working on knowing the menu, you really need to ask the owner, Mike for help explaining the food. Which is why I marked the service as a "3.5"
Posted by Dan on 06/04/2011
We stumbled upon this jewel just walking around looking for a nice place. The small but elegant dining area gave a great atmosphere and the open front allowed a nice breeze without feeling like passersby were staring at us. Even the street construction nearby didn't affect the peaceful feel of the place. The staff were really friendly and very knowledgeable about the cuisine and gave great recommendations. I'm a vegetarian and my friend is a meat eater and we both found our food (lentil soup, sprout salad, chicken vindaloos) light and full of flavor (not greasy like many Indian places). They didn't yet have their liqueur license but were more than happy for you to buy wine, beer or liqueur from the shop right next door (made it even cheaper) and didn't charge a corking fee, etc. Great experience and I'd highly recommend it!