27 W. 24th St., New York, NY, 10010
By Manuc76 on 10/3/2012
If you think their Indian food is good, then you really don't know about Indian food. Not only have I tried Indian food at almost every Indian restaurant in NYC, I cook great Indian food at home. Been cooking for last 20 years. Their's doesnt't have Indian flavors by any stretch of imagination.. Also their food is Ã¼ber expensive. It doesn't deserve such prices. But I guess, there are many people who don't care about throwing away their money.. They charge $10 per person to plate a cake.. Seriously?? $100 to cut and serve a cake that you brought, to 10 people sitting around a table, when you are already spending $500-800 on the meal! Wow!
By anushka.kulshrestra on 12/30/2011
By yatin on 7/11/2011
Service was good...but I see the point of prior poster where he said "not for Indians". Food (at least the vegetarian food I had) was terrible.
By dilbar on 1/29/2011
went there with my family, so in total we were 5. We did not have reservation, but the restaurant was 1/4 full. The amanger came and said that it will be 20 mins wait. So we went to the bar and my family does not drink alcohol so we were just hanging there. After 20 mins, it seemed like that they did not want to seat us. The place was almost empty. We dont know how the food was, we dont care. Then we all left and made it a point never to go back.
By ParisKid on 1/24/2011
A group of friends and I went this past weekend and we had an amazing dinner. My biggest surprise was the dessert menu, since I usually don't like Indian desserts. The passion fruit bomb is to die for!
By bluetie on 12/20/2010
The place has a great feel to it. I heard that it took them almost 4 years to make it. Mixed drinks did not work for me. Tip: If you are visiting to see vikas, request for a kitchen view table, the staff will understand. Little expensive for portions.
By pra77shu on 12/13/2010
I am amazed at the way this restaurant is designed, thought and executed. Though the drinks were mediocre, some of the dished were stunning. Please please try the tree of life (its a name of the dish of crispy cauliflower). Not a big fan of patthar beef. Its like art on the plate. Going back on Thursday with a group.