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Posted by Anonymous on 05/26/2008
I read the reviews and took some out of town guest and experience was totally miserable, food was not good and one dish(samosa) contained stale potatoes. Service was so miserable that waiter barely gave us time to finish food and took my plate away and we were forced out of the place. After that they had added almost 15 $ more to bill and we pointed out mistakes in the bill they didnt show any apologies.
Posted by Curry Enthusiast on 05/12/2008
I was adamant about trying this place after reading an ill-given review on another website, but I couldn't pass up the price. My friend and I went and thoroughly enjoyed every bite! I'm not familiar with the names of the food, but the yogurt sauce, onion chutney, and cauliflower masala (?) were delish. The naan was a bit doughy, but had great flavor so in the end, I ate 2. Since it's an all-you-can-eat lunch spread for $6.50, you're guaranteed your fill. Entree elections are limited to two types of rice, pancakes, naan, and four vegetable hot platters, but the sides more than make up for it. Be wise if you go on a lunch hour - the place gets crowded after 1:30pm.
Posted by Francy on 04/20/2008
Went there for dinner with friends and I totally loved it! we shared a couple of appetizers (Alu chat and samosa chat) and then I had a Dosa that was in the day's specials. Cannot find the words to describe how good all of that was! The only thing I didn't like was the service: actually the service itself was good, but the waiters had a terrible english and was really hard to communicate with them... Overall, we had a wonderful dinner and I'll be back there soon for lunch.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/13/2008
I am very critical and thought the food was excellent. Add in the affordable prices and this place is a no-brainer. Looking fwd to going again.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/12/2008
The food is outstanding! The staff is great, the owner is always there and friendly! I cant wait to go back... Ive traveled to India and the food is better HERE
Posted by Former Pinkberry Worker on 03/10/2008
I would've given 3.5 for value, had it not been for their lunch specials! That brings the points upto 4.5! $6 for all you can eat lunch buffet (mon-fri 12am to 3pm). Just thinking about it makes my mouth water. But their regular hour prices do go upto 8-9 dollars. Decor is modern and clean, but the music... I don't know if it's the owner's taste in music but they're always playing this Jazzy improvision mashup, Indian style. Waiters are enthusiastic, though sometimes too eager to take your plates away. They were extremely helpful when they were asked questions about Indian food and how it should be eaten. (i know what a chutney is now) I love that waiter guy (the older one) from Nepal, who says he used to own a tandoori kitchen in Nepal with 3 staff members and how he burned his forearm when throwing in naan breads into the tandoor. I have nothing bad to say about this place. Even the fact that it's an all-out vegetarian restaurant doesn't phase me a bit. This place has blown my mind. Best vegetarian dishes I've ever had.
Posted by Sarah on 02/23/2008
Had a fabulous and inexpensive dinner at Tiffin Wallah. We ordered two difference curriesboth were delicious. Also ordered parathawhich was hot, moist and not oily at alland sambarwhich was extremely flavorful and nicely spiced! My boyfriend and I shared a Flying Horse as well and the cost of the meal came to just $32. Loved this place and can't wait for our next meal!