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I was expecting a lot from this place as it has been recommended by many. But it was kind of a dampener. The service was good but the food called for a lot of improvement. Being an Indian who cooks daily and also eats out...More
We were here for a business meeting lunch. It was a week day. The lunch buffet was nice, though the vegetarian options were limited, added woe was that one of those veg items was mushroom based. It was a bit disappointing.
The restaurant wasn't packed...More
I’ve had a LOT of very good Indian in London and New York, but Chennai stands out... certainly the best in central NJ. For years we’ve gotten takeout every 2 weeks or so from Cross Cultures, which does excellent North Indian on a menu that...More
Having lived in Princeton, I'm not sure what took me so long to try this place, but I am sure glad I did. We have been devotees of Cross Culture, and continue to be, but this place may surpass it. If nothing else, it offers...More
This restaurant is a nice option if you are looking for south Indian. While they have a range of the usual suspects such as butter chicken and palak paneer, your best options are those that match their regional speciality. Giant dosas with nice chutney. I...More
We've eaten here a few times, and have generally enjoyed the food, in particular liking the novelty of some meals served on banana leaves. However, the service is disorganized (reminds me of eating in a restaurant in India) and the ambience is not that relaxing....More