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I went to Malai Marke for lunch during my New York stay. The restaurant is a bit of a narrow aisle, but in a modern make up. I liked it. The service was very attentive, but there were only a couple of tables busy... The...More
In the middle of East Village, on a street with several Indian restaurants. Stopped for lunch.
Nice clean place with pleasant staff. Both the Chicken Tikka and the Lamb Dhansak were very tasty. (We wondered, though, if the lamb was really lamb or beef?).
Went with some friends and tried several dishes to share among the 5 of us. All the the food was well prepared, but the Lamb Ragon Josh was the hands down winner. Coconut rice was excellent as well. Very good food, spice level on point,...More
In NYC for New Year and looking for dinner before a river cruise celebration.
Easy to book and very attentive staff, but, the best bit was the food. We love Indian cuisine, either in a restaurant or cooking at home, this place lived up to...More
Each of us had the $13 lunch special—lamb, shrimp, chicken, and chickpea. Each dish was excellent (I tried all of them, and everyone liked his own dish too). Sauces were tasty and the main ingredients (lamb, shrimp, chicken, and chickpeas) were very good. Bread was...More
Stumbled on this place for lunch when the place I planned to go to was closed. Food is stellar, inexpensive and the place is pleasant with great service. I had Lamb Dansak, which was amazing. Great beer selection too. $10 Taj Mahal.
Went for lunch on a blazingly hot day when the a/c was apparently off and the place was empty. But it had an A rating and lots of good reviews, so we took a chance. Lots of selections on the lunch (including vegetarian, chicken, lamb...More