We visited San Antonio a few months ago & had lunch at Madras Pavillion. The lunch buffet was very good. They had a good variety of vegetarian & non-vegetarian dishes. The guy at the front desk was polite & asked for our feedback.
I have only few things to say. This applies to most of the Indian Restaurants in USA. We visit India Restaurants in US just to feel at home, but the people there they are GREAT!!!!! Their views about us and themselves (I believe so) 1. We are there to eat only and they are paying us for that. 2. They speak the BEST english (Infact which is the WORST) 3. If few people other than Indians are eating there then they pay more than that we pay for the same food. 4. They are born and brought up in USA. etc etc a lot. At the end I would say atleast at few places we really get good food!
Minneapolis- Two desi places in downtown 1. Bombay Bistro: Amazing place. Great buffet lunch- around 12 bucks per head for very good food, choice of veg and non veg. Might get crowded once in a while. On Marquette and 8th. **** 2. New Delhi: On Eat Stree (Nicollet after Hyatt): Okay place, not too expensive, lotsa place to sit, I have had better food than what they serve here. ***
Dosa Express in Green Street is very good for Dosa items .But this can get crowded during weekend nights . Rasoi - vrey good food and they have non veg buffet lunch which cost only 10$ per person. good service too .
Food to too good and price is very reasonable! me and friends love the briyani , very tasty food.
NEVER GO TO PAVANI IN WEEK DAYS.THEY COOK ON WEEKENDS AND USE THAT WHOLE WEEK.I GOT 3 EXPERIENCES.AND THE FOOD IS ALSO TOO COSTLY LIKE STAR HOTELS.
this is our special and all time favorite Indian-Chinese place!....it's cozy, the food is out of this world...far better than the heartburn crap that you get in Jackson Heights!! But come early on Friday night, the place is packed to the brim after 8pm especially during spring, summer and fall! on queens blvd, close to target, take R, V, G to Grand street i guess...has a green awning....
Hi, I am quite sure there are several of us living in the Fremont /Newark area visiting Udupi Restaurant in Newark frequently, well I just wanted to caution you that their service has gone to dogs (or should I say cock-roaches), because we did find the latter in the Rava-dosa. Their excuse: they sprayed the place with insecticide, and the cock-roach must have gotten into the batter (as if it had a last wish on death-row to die eating Rava dosa ), the manager explains with a stupid grin on his face, so the question which begs to be asked is "What else fell into batter ?". Here all this idiot did was give us a new dosa, of course with the same batter, and my wife shuddered and left. My experience in the past with Indian Restaraunts are that if they find something like this, the entire meal is on the house, this is a way of saying "We are sorry, and to express this, the tab is on the house". PS: I did file a complaint with the Alameda County Department of Public Health.
they cook only once in a week.same food for all week
This applies to most Indian restaurants in the bay area ... at least the ones that I've been to: The service sucks. I am not sure why!!? If the owners and/or workers don't like their jobs, they should do something else!