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72-27 37th Ave., Queens, NY, 11372
nr. 72nd St.
By DisgustedCustomer on 4/24/2016
This one was interesting! How can a Gujarati Vegetarian Food be Kosher certified? There is no concept of Kosher in Indian food. And while there is a concept of Halal, but not amongst the non-muslims, and some people mix the two as synonymous, this food is definitely not Halal either.
I guess I got cheated out!
By DisgustedCustomer on 4/24/2016
I have been to other Rajbhogs before, but yesterday was my very first visit to this location in Jackson Heights. It took them over 5 minutes just to acknowledge that I was patiently standing all by myself to place an order. When they woke up, I ordered Pav Bhaji $6.99 and Ragda Tiki $5.99. The Ragda was alright, but they gave me a very small container of Bhaji for the Pav Bhaji. Perhaps 2 ounces of Bhaji. Before the food came, I had thought I might have to take a portion of the food to go. I was shocked at the quantity. I saw next to me another family with a much bigger and decent sized tub. I asked the server, who said that what I had was the right size. This was definitely not cheap. They also rang the price as $7+$6+tax. And all cash only business. No receipts either. A rip off.
Stale sweets on 2012Diwali- Extremely disappointing
By foodie1429 on 11/21/2012
This place was highly recommended by our friends and it took us 2 hrs to reach this place and find a parking in Jackson heights. The sweets were expensive @ 12 per lbs and I bought atleast 12 lbs of sweets for consumption at home and distribution. I went home with the sweets and tasted a few and found them to be stale. I called the shop to immediately notify them so people dont fall sick. I did not distribute these sweets and decided to throw them. A complete waste of money. I have not heard back from them on compensating me for their bad sweets.Please do not buy from here.
NOW KOSHER CERTIFIED!
By aharoneavraham on 8/31/2010
It is excelent and Now kosher certified! I HIGHLY recommend the Dosas.
I love this place
By pixiedust8 on 10/24/2009
Rabjhog is not fancy at all; it is a counter where you order food and sit at tables. (They do play great Bollywood videos, though.) The service can be indifferent (not bad; just slow) if the older women wait on you. The younger guys are more "Americanized" and faster. However, the food here is fantastic and, as an added bonus, it's very cheap, too. You can get a dinner of two vegetables (this place is vegetarian), rice, dal and bread for $6.50. My favorites are the patra (sp?) and aloo gobi. Definitely try it!
Great Indian Chaats
By RBP on 3/23/2004
You cannot get fresh home cooked Indian delicacies any better.
A true taste of India
By tigp on 3/22/2004
Some of the best Indian food I've had in the five boroughs, and for the price, you can't beat it. Extremely affordable, fresh, and absolutely delicious.
Fast and Fresh
By BigAsh on 3/1/2004
If you want fast Indian food at an affordable price, you have found your place. From their endless variety of sweets to their countless Indian snacks, Rajbhog is your one stop shop for the tastes of India.
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