Food was great and the atmosphere was family friendly. The decor was nil, but the excellent tastes of our meal was worth it. Tell your friends about it!!!
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Good food. Needs better decor. Service needs to improve. Had to wait couple of minutes to take order and also few items got missed. Ensure you carry cash as credit card machine was not working. Food was good but dosas can be made more crispy.
The restaurant is small and modest... but the food is delicious. Fresh and hot, full of flavor. Try the uttapam and the butter masala dosa. Their sambar and coconut chutney are such nice additions to their entrees. Don't forget to finish your meal off with...More
I make it a point to stop by this place every time I pass by Pittsburgh. They are as authentic as it can get in the surrounding area. Check it out, and you wont regret it.
Coming from Toronto and the Dosa choices there, this was very ordinary. The utthapam was dry, the coconut chutney was bland, sambar had green peppers (this reminded me of hostel days and not in a good way). Food here tasted way better when I visited...More
Good Place but Ambiance not great for Indians great place but to Attract Americans. Most of the investment at lower percent interest I have offered but he never understood me I have helped lot of people .
Every visit to Pittsburgh's East Suburbs include a visit to Udipi. The place has a consistent local following and never disappoints. Every different item I have ordered I would eat again. I am not an Indian food expert and yet have always been delighted with...More
I recently went here with a friend. The food is fabulous. This is the best Indian Restaurant in Western Pa. in my opinion. They use many delicious spices and we enjoyed the sampler. They make this wonderful potato bread that you can dip with. Even...More
The ratio of tasteful decor to tasteful food is lower than one mainly because the quality of the latter is outstanding, and partly because the former is the sum of two rows of bare-bones diner-style laminated-top dimly-lit tables in bare-walled surroundings. Upon entering, the host...More