Small place packed with people so good sign. Not pricy and food is ok. More for a quick bite than a proper diner, but fast and friendly service.
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This place was buzzing, quick service and my chicken pakoras were plentiful and perfect. I ordered the Chicken Jalfrezi with naan and it came with rice as well as part of the main course, how many places do that without charging for it. Excellent food, service and very good value, with drinks under €20! Beware the entry door his heavy... More
One of the better Indian food in Europe. Pretty tasty food. Quick service and pretty reasonable in terms of prices. Visit the place if you are interested only in food and don't care about ambience - because the seating space is cramped and the restaruant can get noisy. From the looks of it it looks like a takeaway place.
Food was great and service was also good. The restaurant get quite noisy when it is the rush time, so I would suggest to avoid Saturday evening but really recommend this place.
The location of this restaurant is quite good and very convenient by public transport. The food is just fine - I wouldn't call it amazing though. The staff is friendly and attends well to every guest. The real turn off was that this place does not accept card payments. And the owner of this place would love to deliver sermons... More
Good Indian option while in Munich. Place is close to S Nahin station Isartor and getting out towards Deutsche Museum side and is around 5 minutes walk from station. A meal for a person with good German Beer will cost 14-15 Euros
We had dinner here. We didn't have a reservation, but they seated us promptly. My husband had mango lassi, samosas, butter chicken, and garlic naan. I had samosas and mango coconut soup. The soup was out of this world amazing. The samosas were almost too tough, which made them less enjoyable than at other restaurants. My husband reports his ordered... More
From the outside it looks more like a takeaway than a restaurant.One thing I personally experienced was some more traditional dishes are missing on the menu. Food is reasonably priced with a fast service and taste was OK too.
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