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Savoury Indian Cuisine
Posted by Around the Corner on 10/24/2014
I had takeout delivered and have never felt so gouged. Condiments are $3-$4 each and the portions are smaller than you typically get for free at other restaurants. The breads are fine and reasonably priced but the mixed tandoori grill and spinach saag were pricey for small portions. $60 before tip for 2 dishes and 2 breads (no drinks) seems like a lot for food that is not extraordinary. The restaurant interior may be spectacular and help justify the prices, but I won't order delivery again.
Posted by Patrshe on 07/31/2014
I think this restaurant is a great 'find' and have eaten there twice and can't wait to return next week. The Lunch Special offers 2 fantastic deals. The attentive service is much appreciated and the decor is very calming, if not Zen. Best of all, you can actually converse with your friends and be heard., not the offensively loud atmospheres encountered in so many W Side places these days. Love Savoury!
Posted by Local girl on 06/22/2014
Been here twice and the food is absolutely fantastic. Frankie must have visited on their opening day. Great service, pleasant atmosphere. Try it, you'll love it!
Posted by RichardMW on 06/20/2014
We have been there twice now. The food is very well prepared. Good level and quality of spices. The lentil salad appetizer is great. All the main dishes are very good. The Rasmalai dessert is terrific.
Posted by Frankie on 05/03/2014
Savoury has just opened, but the problems are deeper than glitches in a new place. The food was simply not good. The matar paneer is better at Trader Joe's; the raita was watery; the mixed grill was cold and tasteless - nothing looked or tasted as though it had just come out of the oven. Our waiter was sweet, and the decor was OK, but there was no atmosphere. I felt like I was sitting in a car rental place. People just kept running back and forth, having a loud conversation near the kitchen, but oddly inattentive to the diners. There was no rudeness, though -- it was the food that was the real problem.