I’d say the food is more authentic. Last night we decided to try their masala dosa. It had a nice kick to it (we ordered medium spicyness). We also ordered vegetarian samosas (not as amazing) and kulfi presentation was ordinary.
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Nice food, great service and very affordable, what more could you want? Not too many affordable Indian restaurants about but this one is worth a visit. Newly refurbished, clean and comfortabk=le.
Good food but really slow and bad service. I remember being here years ago, i remember that their food was really good. I think the best indian food i have tasted here in the Philippines, but when i came back today, the taste didn’t make...More
I chanced upon this little hole in the wall while aimlessly walking the streets of Makati. It wasn't really a remarkable restaurant but I felt it was one of those places that we had to try. Though it was a vegan restaurant we weren't disappointed....More
Swagat Indian Restaurant is probably the best friend to Indians (likely, students) living economically in Legazpi Village in Makati. It's barely above-average Indian fare at an affordable price. The food is not of bad quality (uses fresh ingredients and spices) and the portions are generous...More
Tucked away in a quiet road, quite close to Asian Institute of Management, Swagath serves Indian food, North and South Indian. In my 3 visits to Manila between July and December 2016, I visited on 2 occasions. I found the North India fare, roti, dal,...More
The food had little taste, the sauces were thin and watery, the nan was flat, and the samozas were oily. I wouldn't order from here again. Not worth it.