I used to get my weekly Indian takeout fix here. Best sog paneer in town. They fired the guy who always got my orders right turned down the heat and changed the food. It is less fresh and soaked in cream. Takeout orders were not...More
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We frequent Rangoli for dinner as the Shai Paneer is a favorite of the family. Their rice is always so fluffy and fresh tasting as is the Naan. As I mentioned you MUST try the Honey Cauliflower dish! I'm not even an Cauliflower fan, but...More
We ordered four dishes and requested that two be mild, not hot/spicy. The dishes arrived as ordered. The food was excellent and tasted fresh. The service was very good. The waiter came and made sure our water glasses were full, several times. The restaurant itself...More
Visited Rangoli for a Holiday lunch. Little disappointed as the menu was mostly North Indian. (Name of the hotel suggested it to be a South Indian restaurant). The Buffet consisted of typical North Indian dishes. Started with Pani Puri & starters followed by other dishes....More
A group of us were all raving about Indian food and remembering great meals we had had, so we decided to try a local restaurant. We ordered take away and although nothing in the order was in any way bad, nothing in the order was...More
very tasty food . nice ambiance. very few Indian restaurants in bay area have good authentic Indian tastes.. This one is among one o those..
I typically would buy meals for my team that worked late at BOX. We'd be doing data center work late at night and my mostly asian and 1/3 Indian team would request Rangoli food. Their Goan Fish is amazing! My Punjabi decent DC engineer would...More
It may not be the most authentic but I've already ordered take away food from here twice. Their Chicken Tikka and Paneer Saag are incredible alongside fast service. This is my new go-to Indian restaurant in San Jose.
The Restaurant looked promising based on online reviews. The food was average , however the service was horrendous. Not once the waiter came to our table to ask if we needed something. They seemed to be just hating their jobs and walking around. We had...More