The staff treated us really poorly. There was a misunderstanding with the food we ordered and the waitress decided to add what we ordered on top of the previous dish. It was really rude.
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Parking was a challenge in these streets, but this is real authentic Indian food served. The service was also above average in comparison with other Indian hotels in the city.
Billed as a 'fast' restaurant you order what you want from a counter and pay in advance It's a bit milder than UK Indian food but the meat samosa and the the chicken pakora were excellent We had the regular portion size of jalfrezi, biryani and masala and it was plenty with one naan As I say not so hot... More
This restaurant has a great location near the center. The food and service was OK but not great. The restaurant has no English menu so you have to rely on the waiter for translation.
I visited them to enjoy some Indian dishes and also to find a few Indian friends. But the restaurant was filled only with customers who from different countries except India! Such is the taste they offer and food they serve. I ate chicken biriyani and it was perfect. Their mango lassi is their trademark drink which creates special love for... More
Good selection of Indian food. The format is very casual. You order at the counter, drink out the fridge and the waiter brings it to your table. The décor is fairly basic but the food and service is great Very affordable. Recommended..
This casual restaurant is a tremendous find! We had an excellent dinner at Raja Rani and the price was right! The Mango Lassi was the best I have ever tasted. All the dishes were delicious, along with the naan bread.
I love this place. Every time I am in the Altstadt and feeling hungry, I make my way to Raja Rani in Friedrichsstrasse. There is a another one with the same name somewhere around but I don't have the details of that one. The food here is good, the regular things are already prepared - so it's quick (imbiss style)... More
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