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Posted by IndianFoodLover on 08/12/2009
I've been to this restaurant many times and I can't say that I ever had a bad experience. The food is always fresh and the flavors are delightfully complex,which is what I really like most about Indian food. The person who rated before me must have had a bad experience and/or caught them on a bad day(which any restaurant will most likely have at least one off day out of 365 ). I would definitely recommend this place to anyone who loves good quality vegetarian Indian food on the cheap!
Posted by Robin on 06/18/2009
Gave this place a shot as Copper Chimney across the street was closed (it was about 2:30pm). The interior was surprisingly trendy looking, and the price was reasonable, but unfortunately the food wasn't very good. The okra and dal were not very tasty, and the pakora in yogurt sauce were just passable. The only sweet offering was jalebi, which tasted like it had been fried in old oil. Won't be coming back here again...
Posted by Anonymous on 06/13/2009
Amazing place for lunch. The food is excellent and the service fast and friendly. Love it here!
Posted by Anonymous on 05/11/2009
Went there for lunch over the weekend. Dosas and iddli was good however, the Malai Kofta and Saag Paneer were way too tangy, the only flavor in the dish was that of canned tomatoes. Very disappointing North indian food.
Posted by A on 05/11/2009
This was my my third visit to the restaurant in 4 weeks, however I was appalled by the poor service and attitude of the restaurant this time. We were served our appetisers and main course within 2 minutes. Thus each of us were holding our main courses in our hands while we ate the appetisers (no- they refused to serve us the main course after a few minutes). The mgt was super arrogant and rude. The food was extra spicy and when we asked them about it, they told us to read the menus properly the next time we ordered. The dining experience was a complete letdown. There are better, nicer places around the block.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/09/2009
This use to be my favorite place in Curry Hill, but they have let themselves go: tofu instead of paneer, tasteless curries, peas that are still frozen. Very sad. The servers are more concerned with how the plates are arranged on the table then with asking how your meal was. Maybe they just don't want to know the truth.
Posted by Rey on 03/13/2009
This place is great for a cheap, quick buffett lunch. $7.50 for all you can eat vegetarian dishes, and they are tasty!!