Austin indian Restaurant Reviews
Welcome to our Austin indian restaurant reviews guide where you'll find top restaurants off the beaten path, both locally owned and chain. In fact, some of the best restaurants in the Austin just might be the little mom and pop operations flying under the radar. For some of the best picks in Austin, you've come to the right place.
Our Austin restaurant reviews guide can help you make sense of the thousands of options out there. Happy eating!
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“Very good food. Biryani was awesome. Pastries were excellent. Black Forest was good. Dahi Vada was super. Restaurant was very clean and all items in the menu are available.” (01/14/2011)
“i expected alot before going there...their mirchi bajji it was not good.....we wait for it about 20 minutes..at last it does not taste good.... pastries are good....pineapple pastree awsome... they don,t have all d items in the menu....” (07/30/2010)
“I love this place. the food is very cheap and of extremely good quality. i like to order nihari and it tastes delicious. their kabab masala, biryani and bihari kababs are also very nice. love it!!” (06/11/2010)
“Food is good and well cooked. The Service is nice. We had been there and had order some subzi which turned out to be spicy when we had asked for it to be as low spicy as possible. The manager came down and appologized when we brought it to there notice and offered to have it replaced.. Since we wer... ” (05/19/2009)
“Great food, great service, great price! What's not to love? We eat here as often as we can without getting burned out. It reminds us of the great Indian food we had in California, prepared by our neighbors.” (01/06/2009)
“Excellent food. Always fresh. Recommend the traditional Indian dishes. Meats that are good are chicken and lamb. Avoid the beef/steak (not so good here). SErvice is usually pretty good. Always call for reservations - this place is packed even on week nights...” (03/10/2008)
“In all aspects this restaurant is a great experience. The food is full of flavor. You have to try the Tomato Soup (which I can´t compare it with any tomato soup I ever tried), the Chicken curries, Tandori Chicken, Spinach and Tofu Cheese, Potato and Peas and Naan Bread. (sorry but I can´t remember ... ” (09/13/2007)
“BEST AND REAL INDIAN FOOD IN ALL PA i like all the food very much paneer makhni, malai kofta, chicken tikka, kababs..... i have tasted almosted everything there and its real tasty. it is far more betther then india garden. the service is also very good. they realy treat u good. and i hate india... ” (02/27/2004)
“WONDERFUL LUNCH AND DINNER BUFFET. FLAVORS ARE SUBTLE AND RICH AS INDIAN FOOD SHOULD BE. ALSO EVERYTHING WAS FRESH AND HOT. THE SERVICE ALSO FRIENDLY AND ATTENTIVE.”