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Posted by Mr. Busytime on 2012-05-01
This place is fantastic! The food is delicious and the service is excellent. They are very accommodating and do a great job making sure your dining experience is memorable. This is not a place to impress a client or first date. If you want a great mea
Posted by Guisseppee Q Schvatzenheimer on 2011-12-29
My wife, daughter, and I visited this neighborhood hole-in-the-wall after seeing Blue Man Group on a Wednesday afternoon in December. I was directed to menupages.com by good ole Google and after reading reviews and seeing the prices decided to give it a s
Posted by Nicole on 2011-09-14
My husband and I have been coming here for the past 25 years... We love the food and the service. The staff always welcome us with great happiness... I have told so many people about this little jewel. It's great for the family and also for dates. One of
Posted by Daniel on 2010-05-04
Our meal was bland and gross. The vegetables in the biryani tasted like they were fresh from a can. We couldn't even finish most of the dishes they were so unappetizing. The prices may look tempting, but don't be fooled like us.
Posted by dynomighty on 2010-01-11
I can't get enough of Sonar Gaow - its the BEST Indian food on the block and the Family run style means you are really appreciated here. A must try!
Posted by DustyZena on 2009-11-20
I have been going to SONAR GAOW for at least 15 years. It has the most unique personality and the flavors are memories to treasure. The service is A-mazing--just went there tonight. I tend to like the curry, which is VERY hot, but that means the poor w
Posted by anonymouse on 2009-04-17
I can't believe there are so many negative reviews of the food- Sonar Gaow is one of my favorite Indian places in the city, and I have been to lots! They have an unbeatable dinner special that for 7.95 you get soup, appetizer, entree, and nan. It's alway
Posted by katrin on 2009-03-16
Very bland and forgettable. The naan bread was more like pita and the entrees that my friends and I shared were all flavorless. I would hardly call it Indian food! Although it was cheap, there are much better Indian places in the area.