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230 E. 58th St., New York, NY, 10022
nr. Second Ave.
The Best I've Visited Yet!
By Terry_Baylerian on 3/3/2014
Incredibly fresh food, this place serves awesome Indian Fare with a perfect blend of spices. It's obvious that the chef is a master of Indian food & spice, the food is delicious; the mattar paneer along with the kaftan and naan are all prepared perfectly. Atmosphere is relaxing and the staff aims to please.
By seena on 6/9/2011
This place probably serves up the best North Indian food in the city. Authentic food presented beautifully. Servers really aim to please. We will be back.
By SAROJ on 2/17/2011
Probably one of the Best Indian Restaurants in the city. Authentic food presented beautifully. Rack of lamb, Dhaab and the Biryani are our favorites.
Simply The Best Indian In The City!
By SPATNAIK on 11/14/2010
Been to Yuva on many occasions and the food and service have always been excellent. Kedar and Hritu have done an excellent job.
By krs22 on 7/15/2010
Fantastic & fresh food, this place serves awesome food with a perfect blend of spices. The chef definitely is a master of his skill, the food is delicious; the chicken tikka masala along with the kebabs, biryanis and Yuva daal are amazing. I love their breads, crisp on top and soft inside.
BEST INDIAN IN THE CITY!
By NIRVANA on 7/9/2010
Worth commuting from New Jersey. What a great dining experience. The food and atmosphere are upscale though the prices are not. Service was very attentive. They started by bringing a complimentary platter of 9 homemade dipping sauces ranging from sweet and mild to hot and fiery with papadums to dip. We had a lentil patty appetizer and a crab appetizer, both excellent. Then we shared a seafood biryani that came in a casserole with a pastry crust, leaving the rice inside moist and flavorful, as well as the bhaigan bhartha which was above the usual presentation. Portions were generous; two of us had trouble finishing these dishes.
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