The restaurant in not so HiFi but the food is delicious.sarsoo ka saag n makai ki roti is a must try.
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Not somewhere to visit for a quiet, relaxed or romantic night out. Everything is quite shabby, from the tables and chairs to the serving dishes Food ultra cheap, but OK for us. The eggplant curry dish was our favourite. Despite being cheap the portions were...More
Mind blowing.. awesome.. kickass.. yummy food.. this restaurant is open late night till 12 30. Must try is their sarson ka saag and tawa paneer ! Trust me, you would want to walk up to the chef and hug him/her tight... The food is simply...More
I walked into this restaurant second time after my first visit two years ago. Remembered the taste of food since then, no doubt to visit again. Don'd mind the ambience by looking at the cost of food. Quality of taste is no where to match....More
As the title goes, for me it has been the best Indian food in Melbourne. Been there a couple of times, once in a month atleast. The Naan of theirs is so nice. The place is really crowded and they have another branch on the...More
Very bad service. Go there tired from work looking a bit shabby and they will start judging you instantly and staring at you. And NEVER order biryani over here. The rice kind of stinks. The cashier woman is pretty rude and grumpy. I was at...More
The biggest mistake you can make is to go to his place for Indian food. The food is priced very cheap and the food quality/service matches the price tag i.e. its is cheap. If you wish to give up North Indian food, go here. The...More
A local favourite and for good reason. Servings are just right, casual atmosphere, like eating at a friends house. Authentic flavours, great freshly made breads to order. for those missing roadside northern Indian food, this is the place to fill the void.
7 people in kitchen,3 people for service even then missed the order for the only occupied table . Food was less than ordinary. Avoid it.