Delicious Masala Dosa with onion and garlic naan topped off by a mango kulfi and masala chai for dessert. Great service, very attentive and reasonable prices. Will definitely be back!
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We had vegetable korma, butter chicken, rice, tandoori chicken and another vegetable dish. We also had the appetizer platter. The atmosphere is comfortable and relaxed. Service was very good. Good value.
Love the food here...the best vegetable korma anywhere...but they are not friendly never busy and always seem like they want to get rid of you when you are there...won't eat in any longer...
The Samosas were nice large bird-shaped pastry filled with well seasoned beef filling. Served with green cilantro and tamarind sauces. The other main dishes were excellent.
I've been going to Priya off and on for years, and almost every time I go there the place is empty or nearly so. That's strange, because the food has always been good to very good. Recommended: chicken tikka masala and lamb vindaloo (both old standards, but made well here, with rich flavor) and in particularly the pakoras as appetizers... More
We've been here many times and it is one of the better Indian restaurants in the Rockland County, NY/Northern, NJ area. We find the food, while very good, to be inconsistent from visit-to-visit - sometimes for the better, other times not so much. The Pikora is a good appetizer choice as is the Samosa. For a dinner entree, the Chicken... More
My wife and I have been patronizing this typical and longstanding Indian restaurant just over the NY border in Suffern, for many years. Unfortunately, the place has gone downhill to the point where the dishes we ordered tonight lacked any spice or hotness. Partly it is our own fault for not specifying that we wanted our food at medium heat,... More
Everything we've tried we liked, yes the atmosphere is boring but it's relaxing and quiet. Although it was pretty packed on a Sat night but if you like quiet go on a week night.
This restaurant is pretty good place. Food is good and my husband and I always enjoy it. It's actually our "go-to" restaurant when the kids are away. We love it. Strangely though, it seems the place is always empty. I've never seen it busy or crowded. Could be that since it's surrounded by many other types of restaurants, it doesn't... More
The food here is actually quite good, but it must be the most boring restaurant ever. The decor is old and dusty, the music tired, the staff slow. I suggest takeout instead of eating in. You get the food, and you can create your own atmosphere.
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