this restaurant is consistent every time i go. The dinner for 2 is huge and a great affordable way to try several items. Best butter chicken in town
I praised Darbar in my last review of this restaurant. That was a while ago. Since then my wife and I have lunched and dined there at least three times a month - it is our favourite place to eat out in Kingston. The cuisine is my favourite and I've been eating Indian foods since 1967 in London, Dublin and... More
...not the classiest interior (Curry Original gets that one), but the best and tastiest Indian food in the city. Go for the Darbar rice - aromatic and great tasting. Butter chicken is one of our staples there, as is the Saag Mattar Paneer. Attentive staff and low-keyed ambiance are a plus too! We also get take-out from here frequently. Note:... More
Excellent chicken Jalfrezi, fresh hot naan, hand made vegetable samosas with fresh chunky vegetables and potato inside. The dishes were not greasy at all. My colleagues had vegetarian dishes that were quite good, too. Three entrees, several bread and rice sides and two orders of samosas cost $60. This was way better than average Indian food and ranks pretty high... More
Best Indian food in Kingston by a a mile. Authentic dishes, great service, convenient location. Have been eating at the Darbar for 20 years, and it has never let me down. Nothing else in Kingston can touch the quality of food offered.
Older atmosphere, but the food won't disappoint you. Delicious mixture os spices, something for every taste bud, and spicy to soft flavors. Great service, never go anywhere else in this city for Indian food!
The restaurant itself is very tired (the carpets need to be pulled up and the washrooms need renovating for sure). But the food is very good. I had the lamb saag, which was very tasty. The lamb was NOT stewed and overcooked - lightly curried and fresh. The spinach had nicely absorbed the flavours. My friend had the soy curry,... More
Best Indian cuisine in Kingston. Ashok is the owner and Mafuz is his right hand man on the restaurant floor. Ashok's cousin-brother is the professional chef! A little genius with the spices. Nam Nam Nam, Nam Nam!
Although the servers sometimes come off rather serious, but not rude, the food is just delicious; they can suggest dishes if you are unfamiliar and the fare is served according to how spicy you like or can handle. Hot MEANS hot at the Darbar! Never been disappointed. We drive 45 minutes there and back to enjoy their food.
Certainly a non authentic Indian restaurant in the city. Biryani order was overdone and full of ghee, Raita was promised to accompany with Birayni, but later on denied saying it was chargeable ... Disappointing Naan was good, but lighlty done....Mixed vegeatble is always supposed to be dry, but to our suprise it was served in the gravy. Servers had a... More
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