“Good food, good service”
Seven of us, all with different levels of tolerance for spicy foods, enjoyed our shared dishes (the 2 vegetarians in the group enjoyed their own shared dishes). The manager took our order, made helpful suggestions so that everyone had something they liked ( e.g. – hot sauce on the side for those who love spice so they can share dishes with those who don’t like spicy) . Everyone at the table loved the food, the portions were generous and the service attentive and fast but not too fast for a group that was clearly enjoying themselves. I would definitely recommend this place.
Visited November 2013
“Best Indian in the area”
This restaurant has some of the best Indian food in the area. Try the chicken Dilruba if you usually like Butter chicken. It is really very good.
Visited August 2013
This was my second visit to the city and the restaurant. I was taken there by a politician who raved about the place. It was worth the visit. The food was prepared with a sampling of some really interesting Indian dishes. The server who spoke fluent french set up the menu for the four of us. The food just kept coming. The experience was superb and memorable. This is a must visit in Ottawa. Very close to the US Embassy and in the middle of the Byward market. Must try the Shrimp Haveli and the Madras Chicken. The Daal was divine. The glass cooking area to keep a watch on the chef was nice. Will definitely go back again if in Ottawa, hopefully soon.
Visited June 2013
The restaurant has a nice atmosphere. Service is ok, although I’m not sure the servers knew much about the food if we had needed to ask! Ordered the vegetarian thali (called Gandhi plate or something) which was very good, although not amazing. The naan was good. The lassi was good but not overwhelming. It was not over-expensive, but not fabulous value for money. So there should be a rating between average and very good!
Visited June 2013