Food is really good and amazing.. restaurant staff is very helpful and courteous.. ambience is also nice.
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I don't want to be unkind, as the staff were extremely pleasant, but I have to be honest. This was probably the worst Indian food I have had in my 62 years of life. One of the earlier reviews was so damning that I assumed...More
We had lunch there on Saturday, March 24, 2018. In order to go to the bathroom you have to move a curtain, which is followed by a very steep staircase, without a threshold! Because there is no threshold you have to be careful not to...More
What a great place, It’s good Indian food! Reasonable price for the city and well known for its friendly staff. Good decor, desserts and red wine!too!! However you say it, it’s worth a visit. Thanks x
Excellent food, warm hospitality, and amazing staff. Resturant very clean, with nice romantic Indian music. I have tried it once ten days ago, and I’ve revisited twice after that. They even celebrated my daughter’s birthday.
Small restaurant, a little basic when it comes to furnishings/comfort (hard wooden chairs) but the food was great. Their chicken korma was one of the best I've ever had. The food arrived fairly quickly, all of it was good, temperature was good, portion size was...More
I live in London and travel to India, and am an Asian food fan. To visit Tel Aviv and come across this restaurant Indira was a delight. The food is very authentic Indian, although they will cater to your individual needs, as far as spice/chilli/...More
Food is very delicious. Hotel is very clean & hygienic. Portion of food is also very good. Very less bread selection. Need to inform them to make spicy food else test is normal. Service is very slow. Food is bit expensive.
This overpriced Indian restaurant has all the smells right but is inedible. Must be made with low quality products and an uncaring hand because it’s impossible to eat here without getting an upset stomach or heart burn or straight up sick.. I love Indian food...More
Shame on you
It is one of the oldest restaurant in Tel Aviv. I remember eating there in the early 80th. I came there with my grandchildren lately. We enjoyed the Indian food very much. The fact that among the eating people there were Indian prove that they...More