The food here is good but a bit overpriced. Service was pleasant and attentive. Although the restaurant is very sleek and modern, it is too quiet. A little music to enhance the ambience would be welcome.
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Relative to other Indian restaurants in the metro Denver/Boulder area, Azitra is expensive. On the other hand it provides better quality than the others. You pay for what you get. We had lamb vindaloo (spiciness = 4 on a scale of 1-5 where 5 is...More
We wrongly assumed that this place was like any other Indian restaurant but you walk in to a different ambience (BTW I am not critiquing the ambience of any Indian restaurant). The place smells great, menu is very polished, waiting staff is friendly and the...More
They have a variety of selections. The service is good. It is nice to have a business meeting there. It is not crowded nor loud and close to the hotels in the area.
The food was good, the atmosphere dark and sleek. We (myself, a friend and boyfriend ) went out to eat there after seeing Ghostbusters at the local theater, only a 3 or 4 minute drive away. I personally prefer Indian restaurants with more of an...More
I am very critical of Indian cuisine because I often cook it myself, but I was very happy with my meal here. The Naan bread is delicious, and all the food was excellent. It is also really nice that you can tell them the heat...More
The atmosphere was very nice. The food was great. The service was friendly, but at times neglectful. I would definitely go back. My family doesn't normally like Indian food as much as I do, but they all agreed the food was very good. Mango kebab...More
We went to the taste of Broomfield and tasted some of their spicy curry lamb and it was very, very yummy. I haven't been to the restaurant yet but I know that it will be fabulous because if you can keep your food tasting great...More