WORST EXPERIENCE and REALLY BAD FOOD!! I placed a to-go order today, my order was tandoor grill, chicken karahi, chicken biryani, and garlic naan. The chicken karahi was STALE, it was smelling so bad that we didn't even dare to taste it, they must have heated some leftover chicken curry from a few days ago, it was smelling really gross. I really don't know why they named the dish tandoor grill, it is nowhere close to what tandoori looks like, the so-called grilled meat is not fully cooked, its soggy with lots of pink gelatinous goo. Chicken biryani is bland, it didn't have any flavors, lots of red color rice and 1-2 small pieces of boiled chicken with no flavor. The garlic naan was good, it was soft with subtle garlic flavor. This is the worst Indian food I had in Denver in the last 8 years. Would give a negative rating if possible. Really gross.. Ugh!!
I had a great experience with Indian and Nepalese cuisine here. The taste was awesome especially the Naan was the best I ever had. The service was really good. I highly recommend this restaurant. Enjoy your time!!
HAIR IN FOOD AND GREASY FINGERPRINTS ALL OVER PLATES. Went here twice because they had a good Groupon deal. First time the tikka masala medium was super spicy the second time it was mild. The second time we went we got a long black hair in our food. Not only that but when the waitress brought out all our plates she was touching all over the surface and hugging them to her chest when she carried them so our plates had greasy fingerprints everywhere and the plates didn’t even look clean. So ya the hygiene there is disgusting and to make matters worse this was all during COVID as well.
NO MASKS BEING WORN BY STAFF! The door to the kitchen was open behind the cashier and I personally witnessed an older Indian woman preparing the food orders who had no mask on at all. Not even around her neck. (I know that wouldn't protect anything, but it gives the impression that she hadn't had one on for her entire shift.) She was even brazen enough to walk out from the door, around me and proceed around the restaurant still with no mask on. I also saw no gloves on her hands while preparing food. The cashier had a mask on, but had it pulled down past her nose, which fully exposed her nose. It's a shame, this place has excellent food, but they clearly have no regard for their patrons safety, nor do they care to abide by Colorado state mandates currently in place.
The experience was great. Delicious food and very nice place. Best Indian dinning I ever visited.
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