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Favourite Indian place in Prague!
Very affordable and decent variety of meals.
Friendly and smiling staff, cool "menza" atmosphere
On top of all of that, position cannot be more central than it is, few min from muzeum and clock
It was underground. Self service with metal trays and drinking cups. drinking water is free (refill too). Food was charged according to the total weight of the dishes. Even for the naan bread. Too bad they don't have chicken tandoori (pieces of chicken) and mutton...curry dishes :(. Taste wise is good! We enjoyed our dinner!More
Great selection for vegetarians, very good prices considering the quantities ( I eat a lot and it only cost me around 150czk for a tray that filled me up). Friendly staff, visited numerous times over the days I spent in Prague. I would recommend going...between 6-8pm at night as they have a 30% discount during this timeMore
What an amazing place!! Must visit if in Prague!!
We found this place on tripadvisor. There is a sign outside and then you walk through a corridor and down some stairs to the restaurant. When you enter you will be greated by friendly staff who...will talk you through whats on offer. There is a selection of currys (including vegetarian ones), rice, pickles, desert, salad, chillis and roti.
You fill your plate with food and then pay for it based on weight. Its SUPER cheap considering the location. It can be a bit busy at lunch time as many locals seem to come here.
Its amazing value for money and is delicious aswelll. They even have a tandoor and make fresh rotis for you!
I would also recommend you buy the indian tea which is perfect after the food.
Overall if you are in prague you must visit this place. I was in prague for just a few days and visited 3 times because it was just so good.
I honestly cant fault this place i just loved it so much.More
Went here after looking through a few reviews. You have to enter the restaurant by going down a flight of stairs. Restaurant works on a buffet basis but you pay by weight rather than a flat fee. Good range of hearty indian dishes and well...priced. Good food for the money!More
It was a nice experience to have lunch there. Buffet system and a number of dishes. Price was affordable and the staff was very friendly. The tea I took was excellent which was made according to the Indian style. We six people enjoyed their overall...environment. Sitting arrangement was good. I recommend this restaurant especially for the Bangladeshi, Nepalese and Indian people.More
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