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Over priced.. chicken was cold not well cooked..cheese naan was with no cheese!! took them almost 40 mins to serve us.. they need to take care of the hygiene of the waiters. Sorry to say this but some of them smelled so bad..to me it...More
We had dinner here twice and both times the food and service was very good. Great fort views as expected. Convenient for stepwell and clocktower. We ate here in April and it was the only place that we found that was busy.
Good very reasonably priced restaurant inside the Pal Haveli and not to be confused with Indigo or the Hotel Pal Haveli! Good views of fort and clock tower, can be busy and you may have to wait for a table (a good sign).
I made a reservation asking for a nice table with a view over the palace the day before our dinner. I can confirm that we were the first on the list. When we arrived, the table was not reserved and we had to wait for...More
If you are an Indian, this restaurant will refuse service to you or will force you to sit at a table away from foreign guest. My son and wife were shocked at the waiters behaviour. BTW this is a strategy to make the restaurant look...More
Date of visit: March 2019
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pal H, General Manager at Indique, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
We do not discriminate between Humans. To us every guest is important irrespective of the fact that he/she is a foreigner or Indian.
The Restaurant has its own credibility and has been in business past 14 years with an elite reputation.
The opinion sounds...More
Response from 41Brian72 | Reviewed this property |
The food is very flavourful and is made with a complexity of spices. But when most Westerners refer to "spicy", they mean "hot". Indique's food is spicy but not hot. It will not take the back of your head off, but it is full... More
The food is very flavourful and is made with a complexity of spices. But when most Westerners refer to "spicy", they mean "hot". Indique's food is spicy but not hot. It will not take the back of your head off, but it is full of many flavours.