Visited this place for a change and have lunch. Can't the rate the place for service as it is self service. Tried biryani or we can say fried rice. Good and spicy. For dinner tried vindaloo good and spicy.
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My boyfriend and I came to this place late in the evening, being our first time going there, we had plenty of questions and they answered all of them and made recommendations. I tried the Saag Gosht, it was very delicious! The chicken itself was really tasty! I'd definitely come back ☺️
The restaurant decor/setting is nothing to brag about but the food is incredible. The tandoori chicken tikka botti is probably the best chicken i have ever had. Had 5 good sized dishes of food for $40 and I went into a heavenly grilled coma. Karma naan was also great. Well worth the time. No garlic in the dishes I had... More
Alright !! so when in America eat as Americans do .. and that is why we were here :D .. they love Indian curry and they love it from here. Saw a lot of take away orders flying away and why not .. the curries were quite good .. so were the naan breads. Well a bit later about those... More
Had some good hot food with bread, mutton gravy and mutton biryani. Definitely worth visiting if you are looking for Indian/Pak food
Typical street cafe ”Dhaba” place offering cheap food which is reasonably tasty…value for money for non-veg dishes. It is a self- service place. Ambiance is below average and cleanliness is just OK - the plastic plates were somewhat dirty though. In non-veg we ordered Chicken curry, seekh kabab and lamb biryani which were good. Everything we ordered in veg i.e.... More
This is a bit of a "hole-in-the-wall" kind of place, but the food is really very good (and its inexpensive too!) The neighborhood feels a bit sketchy but on both occasions that I visited I was with colleagues and I didn't encounter any issues.
My and my wife had been out at some amazing bars in San Francisco and after spending fortunes on beers and cocktails wanted a bite to eat! We stumbled across this little Indian cafe! Not a typical Indian restaurant it was more of a cafe but the food was very reasonable and very tasty! If you are after a cheaper... More
Hole in the wall restaurant with no ambience but great food. Usual Pakistani/Indian fare that was very tasty. Reminded me of my trips back to visit friends and family. Reasonably priced - I did not pay more than 15 USD on any visit. Complimentary tea available which is quite good. Best thing is that it is halal which is a... More
The best authentic Pakistani-Indian food I've ever had! The tandoori chicken I had was beyond perfection. There was not a single item we ordered that was disappointing!
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