The food is pretty good at Centro Bharati and the vibe is nice -- very earthy/spiritual and bohemian.
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This is a pure vegetarian restaurant and do not expect any alcohol. I had dinner on a week night and there was nothing Indian about it. The set menu included a soup which was ok, some spaghetti, a delicious vegetarian dish(vegetable and potato but definitely...More
Whenever I'm in Guanajuato I eat here almost every other day. Here's the trick: I don't order anything but the pre-fix lunch from the menu. It's offered in four portion sizes. Each day is different but always a delicious and refreshing fruit favored water, a...More
We were so disappointed by this place, having read the reviews. The surroundings in an old colonial building are beautiful, the ambiance is good and the staff are welcoming and attentive. But the food was so bland. The soup was ok, also the salad, but...More
The service like many places in Mexico is beyond slow. The waitress will ignore you for an hour but when the bill arrives will stand there and wait for you to give her the money. If you are vegetarian in gto, this place may be...More
I went for lunch, and was told I could only order off of the breakfast menu. It was one in the afternoon...so I picked something off that menu and was told I couldn't have that, either. I just left. But it was awkward because I...More
We were really looking for good indian food, but actually it was quite random. It was neither indian nor mexican and half of the food that shouldve been warm has been served cold. Further more the portions were quite poor. Nevertheless the staff is very...More
Meals were nicely prepared, salad was nice as well. Good atmosphere as well. Service could be improved a little.
It is a kind of Indian Mexican Fusion Restaurant. The mix works very well, all dishes were very tasty. The atmosphere also encompasses mexican and indian culture. Mango lassi and Chai were delicious.
They serve only vegetarian food. Ordered Special Thali which had a fusion version of Cauliflower pakoda ( fritters); salad with coconut chutney as dressing and Mexican rice. The cheese soup (with vegetables) was very good. The burritos were awesome as well. The tamale not so...More