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The taste of the food is really awesome. The manager of the hotel goes an extra mile to give you the best hospitality. Overall had a great experience and would love to be back here any number of times.
N.B.: They shifted their hotel from...Coco Walk 4F to Nagasaki Prefecture Nagasaki City Wakami-cho 5-25. Housing Guide Building 2F. Very near to the previous location and the landmark is Lawson convenient store (Near Coco walk).More
Ladies will enjoy here because the set was much cheaper. The ambiance was great you will feel you are outside japan...the hall staff are dressed in Indian dresses. Don't forget to take a little herb candy located in the counter table when you pay your...bills.More
At the entrance the waitresses and the host will welcome you with traditional dresses which help with the nice ambience of this restaurant located in the 4th floor of Cocowalk Shopping Mall.
You can see the tandoor and the chef while he prepares the breads...and you get to choose the level of heat that you want in the curry.
I had the mix vegetables curry set with sesame nan and samosa. I must say that it was too much for me. All the food (including the nan bread) tasted a bit sweet for my taste.More
excellent Indian food in 2nd world war bombed city. the ambiance is great. they kept everything perfectly placed and to our suprise we were served with Rasagoola and papads. First time we saw the Lord Ganesha dressed in a saree.
Bishnu has a very nice feeling and atmosphere, with the chef and the tandoor in plain sight for the entire restaurant. A set meal will set you back close to 2,000, and the indivudual currys are close to 1,000. Expect to pay around 3-4,000 for...a meal.
The food was nice, and a level 3/5 spice was pefect for me (I usually like it fairly spicy). The nan was delicious, although the lassi I ordered was very watery and perhaps from a carton.
Given prices are higher in shopping malls (especially Cocowalk it seems), this restaurant does good fair and is worth a visit if you have a hankering for some indian.More
Date of visit: February 2012
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