Amazingly yummy.. tried the sheekh kebab and chicken kebab, and it was fresh, succulent, and very tasty, definitely as good as it gets (with probably the exception of Pakwans and Shalimar in the Bay area which are untouchable.. but still pretty close).
It was expensive, definitely the most expensive meal we've had in a long time, but well worth it.
We've only been here once, for dinner, and the food was amazing. We went with a big group, so we go to try out a large number of dishes and all without exception were amazingly tasty. We tried the Dried Chillie Chicken (spicy but yummy), Mongolian Lamb, Singapore Noodles, Corn Chicken soup, walnut shrimp (sweet as expected, great for kids and grown-ups), black-bean fish, sesame chicken. All were delicious.
The service was surprisingly friendly (for an asian restaurants), where generally the the asian servers are not great when it comes to interaction with any other other human beings :)
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Service was awesome. However, the food was terrible. We came here on Saturday evening at 7:30pm. The place was empty except for one table. That should have been our first red flag. We ordered:
* Tandoor Chicken - With tandoori chicken you can definitely tell if it was freshly made or was made earlier in the day and just reheated. It was the latter and the outside of the chicken was crusty and hard. And not a whole lot of taste either.
* Lamb Biryani - Just OK. Lamb wa tender, but overall a 2 out of 5.
* Reshmi Kabab - At least the reshmi kebabs in India are made on a skewer in tandoor and the chicken is marinated in the spices. Here we get this dish where the chicken had a SAUCE ON IT, AND IT TASTED LIKE A Chinese sauce!!!! The weirdest Reshmi Kebab I have tasted, and I have had a lot of Reshmi Kebab in India.
* Palak Paneer - Edible is all I can say.
Naan was great, and the Lassi was good.
Overall NOT A happy camper and will not be going back. Again, another Indian restaurant in Seattle area with 100s of reviews and an overall 4 star ranking. Either there are a lot of paid for fake reviews or people here just don't know what authentic indian food tastes like.
4-Star with 300+ reviews. That is about as believable as it gets. We went in with high hopes and the food was absolutely terrible. It was so sour. We had the Chicken Shawarma plate. The kids had the Gyro plate. Chicken was tasteless. And they had put some kind of sauce on top of it that made it so so tangy.
Definitely the worst Mediterranean food we have tasted.
And to top it all the decor of the place and ambiance was spartan to say the least.
It looks like the reviews on this restaurant have been paid for. Either that or people just don't know what a good gyro or shawarma should taste like. VERY disappointed.
Authentic South Indian food. Very rare to find south indian non vegetarian good here in the states. This place has it and it wa awesome. Try the prawns appetizer.
Be aware it is spicy. I tried everything without the chillie sign beside it and it was still spicy.
I probably would rate this in the top 4 best indian Restaurants in the states purely for authentic taste.
Service department is always top notch. Service with a smile. Can't speak to their prices since I have nothing to compare against.
I took off a star because of what happened when I when to buy an MDX. First off they had really high prices, way higher than most neighboring Acura dealers with the exception of acura of Calabasas which is the pits. But what was really disappointing what that they wanted to sell me a show model (whatever that means) with 900 miles on it, and NO discount. They guy was trying to palm off as new taking me for a complete idiot. This was 2010. Pretty sneaky. I won't be going back to buy from them ever. Instead went to acura of Glendale and got a great price.02/03/2015 Dear Curry H.,
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Had the dungeness crab. It was delicious. Garlic and spicy flavors, and super fresh. Expect to spend a good 30-60 minutes eating that 2 pound crab.
Probably the best crab I've eaten.
Service was great.. Very convenient, right next to the Hyatt.
Hole in the wall. Really small seating area. 10 customers and the restaurant will be full. Kitchen and cooking in full view with a curtain tied up to hide the back-office. So you definitely aren't going here for the decor.
Order the Slamming chicken, it was way too spicy even though I eat spicy food every day. Nothing to write hope amount.
The brown sugar crepe was delicious!
What what you get and the decor, I thought the sandwich was a dollar too pricey, but whats a dollar worth nowadays :-)
Great family-run restaurant, with very tasty spices used in the meetings. I usually get the #6 - Chicken plate and it is delicious. Not sure what spices they are using, and there is a certain amount of vinegar, but whatever it is, it is very tasty.
There are plenty of Middle-Eastern yummy looking sweets for sale. However, I tried one that was on Sale. That should have been a red flag. The pastry was really stale, and dry and just not very good. So I would say away from those unless you can confirm when it was made.
We go there once a week or so.
The restaurant is very small, galley-style. If your group size is more than 4, I definitely would not recommend this place, since there isn't a table (at least not indoors) that can accommodate that many.