This place is pretty basic but the food is pretty authentic. No chicken tikka masala, but the saag lamb was outstanding.
Small Indian restaurant with very tasty indian food. They serve curries with Bhature or rice, good quantity sufficient for 1 person and a kid may be. Loved Chole and PAneer items. Samosas are also good.Over all good for Cheap eats.
Very happy with the food and the service. The price was particularly good for a straightforward tasty meal at the end of a day being a tourist!
Very low key in appeal and decor, only handful of tables (a few more on the sidewalk in summer). Still, we come back time and again for the great food: really tasty, fresh and (as far as I can tell from several months traveling India, really close to authentic. After years, one would expect they invest even a little in... 更多
Went here on a whim after leaving the Apple Store. It's a tiny restaurant but great and attentive staff. I ordered lamb saag which was average, I've had better. The naan was delicious. Best part was that the meal was filling and cheap. Not bad if in the area looking for something to eat.
It's not a big restaurant but it's a great one for the food. Sooooo delicious. I was starving and when i left it i was more than full. I have ordered a chicken biryani for 6,50 euros. Fantastic dish ! I recommand this restaurant.
Not at all fancy, but the food is good, the service is friendly and the value is great. Food is served on authentic stainless steel dishes. The space is small and crammed and the décor could really do with a make-over. But that is it's charm, too. When the weather is good, there is seating out front on the sidewalk.
We loved the restaurant. We eat traditional Indian home cooked foods and go out. We are very aware of different places/ countries may have their own twists on a dish. The location is nice the tables are a bit scratched up and wonky it's small and you bang chairs into each other. Loved it because it reminded me of India!... 更多