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Posted by Chelle Cordero on 06/01/2014
Although my husband gets there a little more often when he is working in the city (then thank goodness he gets take-out), I don't get there unless he takes me. The food is always excellent, service is so personable we always feel welcome, and the prices are terrific. Friday I had delicious Mottir Panir with Naan, my husband had Mulligatawny soup and Chicken Tikka Marsala. The Basmati Rice was perfect and even the Pappadum was better than usual. Great experience ALWAYS.
Posted by Lez912 on 06/28/2013
I've been coming to this restaurant for many years (at least 8) and it's just such a great place to go to. The summer and spring are the great times when their backyard is open. It has lights and these cool scarves, makes you feel like you are in a large tent. The atmosphere whilst a bit tacky, is also cool and fun. The food is pretty good in this place, get the Poori bread so delicious! and their bombay chicken is pretty good(that's what I usually get). My hubby goes all over the menu and is always satisfied with it. Another plus is you can BYOB and they'll open it for you and everything! I've been coming for a while and one of the workers knows me and is always incredibly kind. Also you will never go thirsty, they will make sure to refill your water. One last thing.. you get FREE mango ice cream at the end of your meal! and it's delicious! Looking for good food? Cheap and tacky but cool atmosphere? This is for you! Love this place!
Posted by David Smith on 01/11/2013
This place is so friendly and amazingly so cheap compare to other restaurants and the food quality is excellent, where can you find half chicken tandori under 9 bucks, no where, love this place, its the best, i love bringing my friends here bcuz they have so much space compare to other restaurants next to them, defiantly recommend Royal Indian Restaurant
Posted by Lesia on 03/31/2012
Food was pretty typical of the Bangladeshi 6th street restaurants, but what really irked us was the exceptionally rude service. This was for a friend's bday party, there were nine of us, and we had a reservation. The reservation was unacknowledged and they hobbled together a bunch of tables, then barked out our ordered plates as they set them down with little regard who they belonged to. The bday caroling along with Indian sweets was great, but I swear 15 minutes later they asked us to leave since they wanted the table. Was mortified, this has never happened to me at another restaurant in NYC ever.
Posted by rob on 04/15/2010
Went with my girlfriend for dinner..we ordered two appetizers two dinners and a bread portion for a bill of $33 and change..BYOB makes it great.... Goofy tacky fun atmosphere..great little place tucked away , makes you feel like you stepped inside a bad bollywood movie...and you're happy to be there. Freindly staff..though a bit slow..extremely polite and even gave us a free scoop of ice cream for dessert on the house.
Posted by goodddd on 09/11/2009
The food here is really good. Vegetable fritters are great. The atmosphere is tacky, but wonderful in its own way. It is BYOB, which is great. Good experience!
Posted by poopooplatter on 07/19/2009
decor and hygiene i guess is not the best but the food is surprisingly FRESH and delicious and above all dirt cheap. i was impressed that my vegetarian pea dish actually had fresh spring peas in it - they were crispy and not canned, which was a shocker! all the food was great but the atmosphere and decor is not so hot. but a great value for these recessionista times!