This is one of the Restaurants in Corvallis! I will say the lunch is my favorite, you can have so much to choose from!
They have amazing food and service. The mango lassi is so good. I always get the Tali (spelling?) dinners. Soups, curries, naan, raita, your main course AND dessert! Been coming here for years and always look forward to my meals.
Great food, great menu and excellent service. Rates highly for me - we eat in Indian restaurants all the time and this is up there with the best of them
We consider ourselves fairly advanced and strong critiques of ethnic food diners. We always try out different food from Honolulu's standard to San Francisco. We were surprised to find such authentic quality Indian food in small town Corvalis, Oregon. Must say it meets International quality criteria, perhaps thanks to the local University/College town population. The Lamb Vindoloo is first class,... 更多
I love this place! Excellent Indian food here. Lots of variety. Be sure to get their side sauces to put on your breads and meals. Enjoy their mango lassis and good beer selection. They have a lunch buffet which has great variety (also on special occasions such as Mother's Day).
And it is always worth it. The chefs use herbs and spices not copious amounts of salt like the ones in Salem. The Buffett has lots of vegetarian options. I have fallen in love with okra thanks to Evergreen. Yes, okra. Their Sambar soup is perfection.
I've only been here a few times, but have enjoyed my evening each time. They have a great menu and the food is consistently good. The service is professional and the food comes fast. It may not be the place to linger over a long meal, but as a place to start an evening out before moving onto some of... 更多
My favorite thing to get here is the navrattan korma. My husband likes the mushroom mutter. It is always quick to be seated, and the food is excellent. One of my favorite restaurants in Corvallis.
With something for everyone, I highly recommend this small, family style restaurant. My nephews, 6 and 8, love the food. My husband, very traditional, was even inclined to try unusual dishes. If I lived here, I would cone weekly and never be bored