Nice little restaurant in the heart of Asheville. Very small menu but tasty food. Hubby wanted his meal. Bit hotter so he got a spice plate. Good meal and reasonably priced.
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Friendly staff with great service. Get there early because they fill up quickly. You will want to start with the Mango Lassi.
This has been a favorite restaurant since it opened and we frequently bring friends. We haven't been in awhile and were looking forward to our meal. There has been a disappointing change. Fortunately, it is not the quality of the food, which is still excellent....More
I have eaten here multiple times and can say that though Asheville has tons of great restaurants, this is the one I find myself going to time and time again. It has a lot of great traditional Indian foods (butter chicken), but also great street...More
My wife, son, daughter-in-law, and I looking for a light, flavor filled meal, split chicken pakoras, kale pakoras, vada pav, kolhapuri lamb thali, and 2 large beers at Chai Pani. It was filling, delicious, and satisfying all for around $50. The spicy heat in the...More
Chai Pani has gone way downhill and is no longer worth a visit. For the past several years, I've visited Chai Pani nearly every time I visited Asheville, 3 or 4 times yearly. My last visit was so poor that I doubt I'll be returning....More
Yum indian food is so good. This place was good, had alot of flavor in their dishes. The only complaint I had was the Mango Chutney on the table needs a label. I am allergic to Mangos and I tried it. Luckily I had taken...More