“this was probably the worst food I've had in Manhattan.”
“This is a great neighborhood Indian restaurant!”
“The food is authentic indian home cooking and the service feels family run, attentive and friendly.”
“The prices are quite reasonable.”
“The service is entirely too slow, and I don't know if the A/C works up to par.”
Very dissapointed.. THE WORST INDIAN FOOD I HAVE EVER HAD. I was really hoping that Bombay Eats would be good considering we live so close, but was sadly dissapointed. After ordering online, we waited about 1 hour and 15 minutes for our food to arrive (keep in mind we live less than a block away). When it did arrive, our order was wrong, the dishes were getting cold and the food was TERRIBLE. The Dal Makhani tasted like someone dumped a can of low salt/fat lentil soup into a tupperware. No flavor, no spice. We ordered several items, everything but the milkshakes were awful. Living in midtown I expect more.....this was probably the worst food I've had in Manhattan.If you want decent Indian food GO TO BOMBAY PALACE INSTEAD!
Cozy Neigborhood Indian Restaraunt- Good Pre Theater Choice. This is a great neighborhood Indian restaurant!! The food was quite good- it was hard to stop eating even though we were already full!! The service was prompt and efficient. It is a good alternative for pre theater dining- not overly crowded and didn't need a reservation. We were able to get in and out in time for our show and enjoy a great, relaxing dinner at the same time. I would definitely recommend it to others!! The prices are quite reasonable.
Worst food ever in NYC.
This place is the worst place I have ever ordered from out of all the cuisines in Manhattan. The food was very below average and they took almost 2 hours to deliver and did not even admit that it took them that long. They made an excuse of having a new employee at work for all the delay and did not even offer a discount.
NEVER EVER GO HERE. HUGH DISAPPOINTMENT. It takes a lot to happen for me to write a bad review.
Terrible Dine In Service - AMAZING AMAZING TO GO FOOD.
First off, let's just say, while the actual location has a "homely" decor and could use some improvements. It's not a location where'd I'd find myself going to have dinner. The service is entirely too slow, and I don't know if the A/C works up to par. With that being said, after being disappointed with the dine-in, and opting for the to go - VERY PLEASED. What they lack in service they certainly make up for in their food. Lunch portions are GREAT, and food taste is certainly a strong 8/10.
I mean no disrespect to the owner, just constructive criticism - improve the decor and dine-in service, but DON'T change the portions or the recipes. For $7.95 You get a fairly large nan, two vegetables, salad, rice, dal, raita, all in large proportions (can't say for the non-veg). Compared to the 5.95 at Minar or the 8.95 at Cafe Spice, I would say these guys are much better option for the money spent. I will certainly return as a customer, but only for delivery service.
unassuming place with fantastic food. This is a great little find. The food is authentic indian home cooking and the service feels family run, attentive and friendly.
Midtown Indian find is popular for cheap takeout, prix-fixe lunch specials and free local delivery..
Most customers take advantage of the combination take-out lunch deals and free all-day delivery. Those who choose the casual sit-down space can enjoy inexpensive prix-fixe lunches. The menu is comprised of both spicy standards and rarities including lamb, seafood and chicken dishes, vegetarian meals and traditional desserts.
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