Disgrace to Indian Food.
Tried two times since I was visiting from CA. If you have tasted good indian food, please do not visit. I ordered for Soup, Chana Masala and Roti the first time - Roti was badly burnt, Chana Masala was pathetic and soup - I am not sure whether he gave yesterday or prety old Sambar as Mixed veg soup.
Wanted to try second time and ordered Chicken Biriyani - Could not even get to eat it. I just paid them and got out and will never return to the restaurant again !!!!!!
Worst Indian food ever. The restaurant was clean and the waiters were very nice and friendly, but the food was a disgrace to Indian food. I found the cuisine way too americanized and no where near authentic enough to even be called Indian and I can only compare it to low quality greasy salty diner food I had somewhere in the middle of Ohio. (I've never heard of Indian people eating Chicken wings and Dosas that were made to be like Hot Pockets) Next time, I would rather stay at home and eat my mom's home cooking; half the customers in the restaurant were sketchy/scary looking and looked like they came from a trailer park. If you're looking for good Indian food in the North East, I suggest driving down to NJ.
OUTSTANDING VALUE - GREAT SERVICE AND FOOD. This restaurant has got to be one of the best value places you will ever find. Fresh, tasty food for a very low price - can't beat it! This is also a very child-friendly place and we have been a regular for years. I noticed some feedback from others about the place needing better service - I would disagree as we have always received nothing but great service. Would like to also point out that one should keep it in perspective and be realistic about level of service expected - remember, this is a buffet, cheap eats kinda place - don't expect top notch service where you have to pay $$$$$ for ...
Service needs improvement.
Service needs improvement. Attention has to be given to all customers without discrimination, since all gives you money and gratitude for the food you provide. Servers must be kind hearted and egoless in serving everyone.
When you start your work, think MK Gandhi, for his service to the people.
Too tame for me. We recently visited this popular Indian restaurant on a Friday night without securing a reservation beforehand. We lucked out an got a table without having to wait, but those arriving without a reservation after us were required to wait for several minutes. We shared orders of chicken tika marsala and lamb patia. I requested that the chickent tika marsala be served very spicy and ended up being disappointed once again. I suspect they have Americanized spicy entrees such as vindaloo and chiken tika marsala. Overall we thought the quality of food was acceptable, but not as good as the best. Note: restaurant is included in the Entertainment book.
NOW DAYS YOU PEOPLE ARE DOING GREAT JOB SO KEEP IT UP AND ALSO HEARD THAT THERE IS A NEW MANAGER AND ALSO NEW COOK AND THE FOOD ARE GREAT SO
KEEP IT UP
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