It looks quite authentic. A smiling Indian face wellcomes you and offer real Indian food. It is a vegetarian restaurant so it is not your place if you're a meat lover.
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Its a low key restaurant, but the food was lovely with friendly service. I would certainly go back there again.
Good veggie grub in the Jewish Quarter. Very friendly owner/chef/waiter (Mr Multitasking!) Good value for money with generous portions. The decor just adds to the vibe (think retro posters of Bollywood stars, tinsel and windchimes). Definitely worth a trip if you're on the hunt for...More
This was the only Indian pure vegetarian restaurant. The meals were set price which you had to choose from. The starters were very nice but would not recommend the main meal as the rice was not cooked, the portions were large but needed a bit...More
The food is great! All the dishes are very good. The decorations is kind funny full of Bollywood stars poster. The chef-waitress is grumpy all the time, which I find funny! I go there very often! Also is open every day even Sunday which is...More
If you get rajma-chawal and dadi-chawal in the heart of Budapest, you know it's a good day. However, the ambience of the place is a quiet low. May be it has been created thinking that's what attracts foreigners to Indian culture. Shady Bollywood Posters, red...More
The food is varied and of good quality. The service could be improved, the personnel is somewhat grumpy. The place is small but the decor is nice.
Its the best place for eating authentic Indian food in Budapest. For Indians who've been away for a while and missing home food its a must visit. The menu format is pretty simple and the owner also asks for your spice preference. Centrally located and...More
We went there while in Budapest, and it was so good that we went back for dinner every night until we had to leave. It was very cheap. Everything we tried was amazing - I highly recommend the place. Too bad we couldn't take the...More