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  • Indian
  • 1845 Broadway, New York NY10023 40.769431 -73.9825369
  • (Btwn 60th & 61st St)
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  • (212) 245-4444
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User Ratings (Based on 43 reviews)

Food 3.6 Value 2.8
Service 2.8 Atmosphere 3.8

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 245-4444
(212) 245-9145
Place Order:
Order From Sapphire for delivery & takeout
Delivery Take Out Catering Major Credit Cards
Lunch Mon-Sat:12pm-3pm Dinner Mon-Sat:5:30pm-11pm Sun:5pm-10:30pm
Lunch, Dinner
Cheap Eats, Pre/Post Theater, Buffet, Delivery, Online Reservations, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering

User Reviews

  • Sapphire

    Posted by Janet Flanders on 07/06/2011

    Yummy Indian Food

    We drive to NYC from Vermont 2-3 times a year to go to the opera and broadway shows. We love Sapphire - the Saag, Lamb Chop starter and main dish, eggplant nut dish, naan,dal - I could eat there every night.

  • Sapphire

    Posted by anonymous on 02/07/2011

    Excellent Vegetarian Lunch Box

    Hello, I am a vegetarian and live close by Sapphire. I love getting their lunch vegetarian box for take out or delivery, I have never actually eaten in the restaurant, but the food is spectacular and a great value.

  • Sapphire

    Posted by Anonymous on 12/19/2010

    Authentic Indian, though a tiny bit heavy

    Channa masala, fish tikka, kerala chicken, palace paneer are well done, however they are a bit heavier than homemade food, still, the taste os authentic

  • Sapphire

    Posted by NY on 10/05/2010

    Nice buffet lunch

    Buffet lunch is the way to go here. Many choices at buffet including white meat chicken tandoori, curries, tikka masala, all flavorful and good quality. Veggie options also good. Very nice atmosphere, much nicer than you'd expect for a buffet lunch. Service was attentive. I'd go again.

  • Sapphire

    Posted by David Angol on 07/01/2010

    Almost Ruined a Perfect Philharmonic Performance

    I ate at Sapphire earlier this evening, and I must say, the food quality is slightly better than that other places, but not by much. And once you factor in poor atmosphere, value, and service, you're in for one annoying meal, my friend. The shrimp appetizer was a joke - it came with FOUR shrimp. And these were not colossal shrimp by any means - these were very standard 21/25 per pound Shop Rite-level shrimp. At $2.25/shrimp, they've got to up the quality and/or quality. The lamb vindaloo was also very skimpy, especially for the $21 asking price. Also, as other reviewers have mentioned, neither rice nor bread is included. The flavor and the cut of the lamb was alright, but does not even come close to warranting the price. In fact, I don't think it would have impressed me even at $11. On the plus side, the Shiraz was a very tasty Californian, which clocked in at $9/glass. Fair enough. Other than fair wine, mediocre food, and exorbitant pricing, Sapphire does deliver in other areas: The atmosphere will feel forced and fake through the actions of an overdressed, undertrained, and most likely underpaid staff. Also, they didn't have the A.C. on in late June, (although, this was arguably done to give diners an "authentic" experience of eating in India). In conclusion, I will never go back.

  • Sapphire

    Posted by Edna B. on 03/24/2010

    Stick to the Buffet

    Like the previous reviewer, I have enjoyed the buffet at Sapphire, even though the waiters act like they're doing you a favor. Even though I work close by, it wasn't until last week that I tried the place for dinner. The room looked more attractive than I remember it in daylight, and the martini was excellent. The food and service were another matter. The entrees were so unattractively served, and my dinner arrived cold. The sauce on the mussels appetizer was spicey and good, but there were only five of the saddest looking mussels I have ever seen (out of their shells)sitting in a lumpy mess. The entrees were no more impressive.What bothered me most was that our waiter never returned to ask if everything was alright. (We actually never saw him again.) Everything about this place is careless. I am willing to pay more for Indian food, but aside from location and decor, this place offers nothing better than the joints on 6th Street (where service is actually considerably better).

  • Sapphire

    Posted by Anonymous on 03/11/2010


    I have been to Sapphire several times for the lunch buffet, where I was quite impressed with the atmosphere and the value, even if the service was somewhat lacking. But last night I went for dinner for the first time, and was absolutely shocked by the prices. There is a $25 minimum per person, but with $20+ meals, that isn't hard to reach. Now, I wouldn't have a problem paying these prices for high quality Indian, but the food here is mediocre at best. I've definitely gotten better Indian in the city for almost half the price. What's more is rice isn't even included in your order. Perhaps I've just lived a privileged life up until now, but I've never been to an Indian Restaurant that didn't just give rice with the order. So in short, definitely come for the lunch buffet, but otherwise the food just isn't worth the price.

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