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I only ordered take out, but I have done it twice this week. It ambiance is set by the bar, not as a typical Indian restaurant, so that might now work for some. It seems to be a populate hangout, but it did not seem...More
We all go for different things, I guess. Some of the reviews on here are understandable but wouldn't apply to our group. If you like authentic Indian food and great craft beer, if you like pool and table football, this is a great pub. It...More
We were referred here by the owner of a local business, on the basis of the range of craft beers and the availability of curry. We walked into the place by what turned out to the back stairs, into what looked like the remains if...More
As someone who has travelled, hopefully this will make sense: this curry was good by American standards but average by U.K. or Indian standards.
The naan was fresh and pleasant. The curry was ok but, lacked any finesse. The dining room had no atmosphere and...More
The worst so called "Indian Restaurant" I have visited.
The place is drab, the food below par and the service, absolutely terrible.
Hankering for spicy food after several days stay in SFO, we came across this place and we thought, Pub + Indian Food; what...More
We went here as I'd read that they has vegan options on their menu. It really was the worst restaurant we went to during our week in San Francisco. The bar staff in the irish bar were friendly but the staff in the restaurant were...More
The Indian food here is very tasty, great value and doesn't take too long. Bar service is never very fast, but not rude. Beer list has a solid craft selection. Generally a cool, casual place to have a beer and watch sport or have a...More
We arrived late afternoon , the place was dead with only one other family eating and a couple of folks in the bar. We were shown to the restaurant side and given menus. We had been told this venue did a mean curry and they...More
Wanted a Black and Tan on my last night in SF. This pub was close to our hotel. Beer was good 🙂 Service was fast and pleasant. My husband had salmon and I settled for cesar and some calamari which was really greasy.
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