I don't know why they still have a website. We went there on a Wednesday and it looked like they were out of business.
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Had ordered Daal and Rotis. Normally Daal is a safe bet but Daal ordered was bad. Rotis were very thick. Daal and Rotis was around $20. Avoidable place.
It's best palace for lunch and dinner . Their food taste is completely homely. A good balance of spices and authenticity of true Indian food. Owner is very polite and gentle . For regular customers they have dish on demand option as well. I have...More
Syracuse has a great winter event called Downtown Dining Week where restaurants create a sampler menu and for a price, $15, $20, or $25, you can sample appetizers, entrees, and desserts. We decided to go to Indian Tandoor as I have always wanted to go...More
The place is clean, empty at dinner time, the service by a young man was very good. The food was average, we have ordered the butter chicken which was very good, and the chicken Breany which was very average
My wife and I went for lunch, but ordered off the full "dinner" menu. I ordered the Saag (Saag Paneer) and my wife had the Aloo Cabbage Mutar and we split an order of onion kulcha bread. Both dishes came with a plate of rice....More
My friends and I stopped by the area and decided to check out this restaurant. I believe it's family run restaurant. There is a lot to be desired for the atmosphere and cleanliness. But the food was pretty good. Not the best Indian that I...More
I go to Indian Tandoor several times each month for lunch. There is always a good lunch selection including some vegetarian dishes, some chicken and sometimes some lamb dishes. The samosas and paneer Naan are especially good, as is the chili chicken, and really any...More
Looking for a quick affordable meal downtown, this looked an interesting possibility. The staff were very nice, and it seemed like the whole family waited on us. Tables had been pre set with dishes, which was odd. Perhaps because it was after downtown business hours,...More
We were in Syracuse for a Saturday conference and after visiting the Everson museum went here for lunch. You can not be in a hurry as they cook to order except for weekday lunch. Meat dishes are mostly chicken and some lamb. Outstanding vegetable korma...More