Apprently opened just for us.It was aCNY.Half the food on menu was unavailable.No drinks.What turned up was luke warm and barely edible.
We didn't feel like the waiters wanted to have us in their restaurant. There were no decoration, just plain tables and chairs so I wouldn't exactly say this is the cosiest or the most romantic place to go. The service was slow and one of the waiter laughed at us when we tried to ask about the dishes. We ordered... 更多
If your in need of an Indian fix while over in Kuching this is the place! The service towards me was great & was always welcomed in with a smile and a chat. I never did the buffet, but straight off the menu with a simple one to start Channa Massala & Nann. This was one place that made Indian... 更多
I was having a little exploration with my buddy around Kuching in search for an exotic restaurant. Well our wish were granted by being here we were surprised to see the list of menu are so out-of-the-ordinary. The cooking time were just reasonable and the portion was satisfying as well. I have been informed that all the ingredients were imported... 更多
Just an indian buffet with La Carte also available. Don't expect a special place, just a medium indian restaurant. Service is absent and no special atmosphere exists here.
Compared to other indian places is Kuching this is not a good Indian restaurant. The food is okay but really nothing special and quite expencive aswell (you can get better Indian food for half of the price). Really like the interior though, feels like it is Christmas in there. And Christmas is always nice :)
I'm not sure if its just a Malaysian thing but the amount of rude wait staff & shop assistants we encountered on our trip was mind boggling!! I'm not sure if they'd just opened but the male waiter treated us like we were putting him out by eating there, he grunted and rolled his eyes at us when we asked... 更多
After tasting a lot of Indian food this place was a bit too much adopted to tourists for me. Not too spicy, a little bit western style. The naan is nice and the chai tea too. It's just about what you prefer as a visitor.
We ended up going back another evening because the food was so good! The butter chicken and paneer dishes were fantastic. The chefs don't speak much english but the female host was very friendly.
We had our last dinner in Kuching at the Tandoori Palace. The food was excellent we shared several currys, samosas, mutton briani and naan breads. Everything was delicious. Only the staff was a bit inattentive despite we've been the only customers.