Written by Elizabeth H. on
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This place has become a "go-to" for me. Not because the food will blow your mind, but it's good and consistent! Can I stress that enough? Timely, courteous staff, and reliable: end of story.
And they don't skimp on fortune cookies.
Food was excellent. We got the chicken kabob and the chicken schwarma. The hummus was tasty without being overly heavy, and probably most telling was how fresh the salad ingredients were.
Delivery was slightly long but we live a bit far from them. Still happy to have found this place.
Written by Kimberly J. on
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Decent portions- lunch specials are the way to go (fyi you get about 4 pieces of meat for the lunch kabob special, 8 pieces for the dinner entree). They tend to overcook the meat though and it lacks some flavor bc the meat doesn't taste very seasoned but the quality is good.
Written by karen c. on
My review is purely on the taste of the food as I had a wonderful experience from a service level perspective. I ordered dinner in advance to arrive for 6pm and it was here a bit before 6 which is fine by me. We had our full order intact, no mistakes and it was a ton of food. Very big portions which would have been awesome if the food actually was really good. I love Indian food, love the spices, love the aroma and to me bad Indian food is still better than bad pizza or bad Chinese, so we ate this. But I would not order from them again. The chicken tikka masala was a darker brick color, not that wonderful creamy looking red almost like italian vodka sauce that it should have been. That alerted me immediately that this would be a problem. The chicken tandoori looked beautiful and had wonderful onions and peppers with it was good. The CHAT samosas were AMAZING however the naan was off. I ordered the garlic and cilantro naan and though it was fresh garlic and lots of it, it had no buttery flavor or salt and it sure needed it. Chicken Tikka Masala is my thing so unfortunately I can't order from here again, though if you steer clear of that (or be warned) and butter/salt your own garlic naan you can pull this meal out.