Food is good, standard fair Indian food. Had both the lamb curry and the chicken tiki masala. Spice numbers were about as expected, medium was heat without pain.
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Friendly staff. reasonable prices. Delicious food. samosa and Julab balls are the best. Was at childrens hospital for a wee with my niece and i ate there so much that they knew my order before i walked into the resturant
I've come here for both their lunch buffet and dinner menu and it's always an easy, pleasant experience. The menu is straightforward and the service is efficient, so you can focus on your conversations or friends/family. I love that it's BYOB also, which makes for...More
Good place for Indian food in Pittsburgh. I've heard it is quite common amongst locals as well and a lot of people order food from here too. Food is great and comes in gigantic proportions. A combo meal here is probably for 2 people :)
I had lunch at this location and thoroughly enjoyed the buffet. Everything on the buffet was fresh and the ingredients tasted fresh. Bottomless masala chai doesn't hurt either!
The food is very good here. One of the best Indian fine dining restaurants in PIttsburgh! The ambience was very nice. We ordered Samosa Chat,Paneer Jalfrezi, Chicken Bhuna and Naans to go along with it. The samosa chat reminded of my college days. It was...More
The restaurant is a pleasant, family-friendly place. Some of the dishes were good, but others really missed the mark.
A small little restaurant near Children's Hospital. Good food for a very nice price. Really good desserts. Helpful and friendly wait staff. Parking is on the street and can be difficult to find at times.
The best Indian restaurant in Pittsburgh, or at least up there with the top few. The service is riendly, the place is nice and the food is simply fantastic. The Samosa is a real treat and the Tandoori chicken is amazing. This is a solid...More
I liked all of the vegetables. I sampled every one, about 7 different selections in all and every one was fantastic and so flavorful. The desserts were overpoweringly sweet, which isn't the custom for India food.