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Posted by Anonymous on 08/15/2005
I have been here many times as it is the closest Indian place to my apt. The food is very good but the prices are higher than the average Indian place. I find it very annoying that the waiters try to recommend more food or for you to choose more expensive items.
Posted by Svengali on 07/02/2005
While our experiences here have been mixed, there are enough plusses to keep us coming back. Food is consistently good (though no bargain) with a more upscale and interesting menu than the usual NYC Indian eatery. Location is convenient and the ambiance is refined and comfortable. Service can vary from fawning to non-existent. Perhaps the biggest surprise is the interesting and varied wine list with many fine bottles quite reasonably priced. Try the David Bruce Petit Syrah with your spicy lamb dishes.
Posted by FML on 05/12/2005
My husband and I love going to this restaurant. We love the food, the staff, and the price. We eat out all the time but always find ourselves crazing the baby lampchops. the chicken Dhanshak and of course the garlic nan. Its a wonderful place to eat and very resonable given the area.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/15/2005
Being Indian myself and getting decent feedback about the place we decided to venture there. However, the food was average at best. Service was poor and I had to stand at the door for 10mins before being helped. On the whole the food was sub par and not worth the price.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/27/2004
This is clearly one of the best restaurants in NYC! It's convient location to Lincoln center makes its a great spot for pre/post show dining. The service is fantastic and the prices are incredibly reasonable. The atmosphere is great (a sky painted on the ceiling, wood work on the wall, comfortable seats, table cloths and silver). I would highly recommend the south African cabernet and the blue label Scotch! This is a must when in NYC!!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/12/2004
Its great to see this great restaurant becoming better and better. No doubt their other restaurant Salaam Bombay has collapsed after they moved out. We are fortunate to have this kind of ethnic restaurant in New York.
Posted by dadad on 10/09/2004
Can't knock the food, don't mind the price, but it's a bit insulting (makes you feel stupid for being there) when the customary free rice starts at $5. And as for the drinks; can't help but wonder if they're measured with an eye dropper. All things considered - not too good of a deal!