2529 Apalachee Pkwy, Tallahassee, FL | Directions 3230130.427365 -84.237359
Monday 11:00 AM - 2:15 PM
Tuesday 11:00 AM - 2:15 PM
Wednesday 11:00 AM - 2:15 PM
Thursday 11:00 AM - 2:15 PM
Friday 11:00 AM - 2:15 PM
Saturday 12:00 PM - 2:15 PM
Sunday 5:00 PM - 8:45 PM
Tallahassee's Best Indian Food – I love this place, always a good time and great food. By far Tallahassee's best Indian restaurant. Family friendly and great prices. Fast service!
Really wonderful restaurant! – I had a great time. I ordered the Vegetarian Dinner Combo and it had food that I could have imagined. I had the bread, a soup, some sort of an appetizer, and two delicious dishes. I will most definitely go back again and again, every time I am in Tallahassee.
stale food – Six out of Ten times the food was stale, Fresh food is good though, if you are lucky enough to get it.
WOULD NOT RECOMMEND.
Fast Service and Finger licking good food – After being disappointed with other Indian restaurent in Tallahassee I went to this restaurent. I was prompted right away for table. great friendly staff. Once the order was placed they were fast on getting our food ready and great food. If you like spicy food this is def a place and if you don't like spicy food then you probably want to let them know in advance not to make spicy. I would def go to this place again when I am in Tallahassee.
Not many Indian options in Tally – This place was pretty good. I had the Tikka Marsala, Keema Nan, Samosas, and Chole when I went. The Tikka Marsala was tasty, as was the Chole. The Samosas had a little too much potato and not enough spice, but were still okay. The Keema Nan was the big disappointment having very little meat in it. I would have been better off ordering plain Nan. They also have a lunch buffet which is pretty small and appeared to be stocked with probably the most popular, least threatening foods for the faint hearted consumer and Indian food novice. It had Curry Chicken, rice, Lentils, Tandori Chicken, and Nan. Since this is one of only two options there appears to be in Tallahassee, and the better of the two, I would definitely recommend it over the alternative. Just stay away from the Keema Nan. :)
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