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Pakistan Tea House
Posted by bhaiysabontop on 10/15/2008
i arrived at the pakistani tea house just to see that disapointment cudnt reach a greater value. I ordered foood that was cold when it was served to me and the service was horrible. the waiter was very rude with me at the time i ordered and kept rushing me to order. i ordered goat curry that was extremely oily to the point i had to take a spoon to filter it out. bad news for people who expect great things to come from here :(
Posted by Halal !!!!! on 09/26/2008
Most of the dishes contain more oil and that's why I order my food with nan bread and not rice. They charge you a dollar more for the brown rice despite it's just colored Basmati rice. You can have a good meal for less than $8. Taste good. Halal. Good tea and Pakistani sweets. Used to be open 24 hours before September 11, 2001. Open always late. A lot of cab driver stop their nighttime. Hakim Talbi
Posted by cococo on 08/19/2008
I usually get the vegetarian combo - it's a steal! The black chickpeas are the best. The best part about PTH is the Ras Malai! It's sweetened cheese balls in cream. Ok it sound's funny, but I am now addicted. only $3.
Posted by John on 03/01/2008
I was shocked to see the great affordable prices this delicious restaurant offers. The delicious and Healthy food is always served fresh. I agree that due to small space, the restaurant atmosphere is not elegant or fancy. The fresh food and great prices makes this place rock!!
Posted by JBT on 12/08/2007
I have eaten here dozens of times and tried everything on the menu. I have never been disappointed. The quality is high and the prices are modest. I have also ordered food in large quantities for parties and it has been exceptional. Everything is wonderfully fresh, in part because the turnover is so high. A taxi stand is nearby and the drivers come here often and at all hours. The curries are delicious and the saag paneer is to die for. The dal (lentils) have a smooth texture that complements the steaming mountain of rice. Only the mixed veg is blah. When I am in a hurry, I buy several kebabs to go and enjoy them as a hearty snack with yogurt. Though the restaurant itself is small, my husband and I have always gotten a seat.
Posted by monica on 12/06/2007
Well, no one should come to this place expecting miracles, but the food really isn't bad. I just ordered chicken tikka masala, spinich and lentils and all three passed my seal of approval. Enough food for 2 meals including the rice, and only 7.50. This neighborhood is expensive and it's nice to find something affordable and hearty outside of the soup/sandwich category. I would go back here, certainly.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/12/2007
The food isn't bad (I always get the makhani), and the price is right. The service and atmosphere are downright poor. However, since I work in the area and can take it back to my office, I eat it fairly often. I think it's open until 3:00 in the morning, maybe even later.