Breads Of India

★★★★☆
  • 948 Clay St

    Oakland, CA 94607

    Cross street: at Ninth St

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  • 510-834-7684

About Breads Of India

Hours
Open Thursday, lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., dinner from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Closed Mondays.
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poor service. bland food,tiny portions, chicken masala consisted of 5 small bite size chunks of chicken, when staff was told about bland food and having to beg for water while staff talked on phone, they responded like robots, saying

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★★★★★

poor service. bland food,tiny portions, chicken masala consisted of 5 small bite size chunks of chicken, when staff was told about bland food and having to beg for water while staff talked on phone, they responded like robots, saying

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Ive been here once, and the atmosphere was very open and free. Not too crowded. Service was very efficient but lacking in personality. I ordered the tandori chicken which was very good. Would recommend. Price was moderate considering the location.

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★★★☆☆

Ive been here once, and the atmosphere was very open and free. Not too crowded. Service was very efficient but lacking in personality. I ordered the tandori chicken which was very good. Would recommend. Price was moderate considering the location.

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Breads of India has fresh and delicious food. They serve salad with every entree, which I appreciate, and the flavors are always engaging and savory.

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★★★★☆

Breads of India has fresh and delicious food. They serve salad with every entree, which I appreciate, and the flavors are always engaging and savory.

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The bread was very fresh, as were the vegetables in the various dishes. The curry was spiced just the right amount and the meat was cooked to perfection.

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The bread was very fresh, as were the vegetables in the various dishes. The curry was spiced just the right amount and the meat was cooked to perfection.

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I wasn't impressed. The nan was freshly baked, there was a nice variety and it was delicious. Service was very good. However, I the lamb dish I ordered was very disappointing. Some people ordered lamb, others beef, etc., but they all came out looking alike, and tasting like stew. It was very expensive as well. I don't think I'll be going back. Except maybe to order fresh baked nan.

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★★★☆☆

I wasn't impressed. The nan was freshly baked, there was a nice variety and it was delicious. Service was very good. However, I the lamb dish I ordered was very disappointing. Some people ordered lamb, others beef, etc., but they all came out looking alike, and tasting like stew. It was very expensive as well. I don't think I'll be going back. Except maybe to order fresh baked nan.

Pros: Fresh baked nan.

Cons: So-so food. Expeeennssiiive

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My wife and I were so excited to have Indian food remotely near our house that would tolerate a lot. However, the meal we just finished was so bad that I'm writing this as she's still eating the last of what we managed to choke down. First of all, when we got home and eagerly opened the bag, we saw that for $30 we essentially got what would be *1* meal at another Indian restauraunt. The mango lassi was WAY too sweet, the naan was pretty dry and definitely nothing to write home about, we only got about 1/4 cup of daal that honestly tasted like NOTHING. There were 5 prawn (the tandori "sauce" was WAY salty and too strong) and the 3 chunks of "cilantro spiced" chicken, like the daal, tasted like nothing. Really. The chicken and prawns came with what looked like maybe tomato chutney but in reality was very sweet tomato paste with a little chunk of tomato here and there. PLEASE SAVE YOUR MONEY. For the same amount of money, go to Le Cheval across the street and get 3 meals worth that you'll rave about for days.

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★☆☆☆☆

My wife and I were so excited to have Indian food remotely near our house that would tolerate a lot. However, the meal we just finished was so bad that I'm writing this as she's still eating the last of what we managed to choke down. First of all, when we got home and eagerly opened the bag, we saw that for $30 we essentially got what would be *1* meal at another Indian restauraunt. The mango lassi was WAY too sweet, the naan was pretty dry and definitely nothing to write home about, we only got about 1/4 cup of daal that honestly tasted like NOTHING. There were 5 prawn (the tandori "sauce" was WAY salty and too strong) and the 3 chunks of "cilantro spiced" chicken, like the daal, tasted like nothing. Really. The chicken and prawns came with what looked like maybe tomato chutney but in reality was very sweet tomato paste with a little chunk of tomato here and there. PLEASE SAVE YOUR MONEY. For the same amount of money, go to Le Cheval across the street and get 3 meals worth that you'll rave about for days.

Pros: It's an Indian food restauraunt in Oakland

Cons: TERRIBLE food, over priced

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Excellent bread, food is very tasty. They change the menu everyday for lunch. Nice atmosphere and good prices.

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★★★★☆

Excellent bread, food is very tasty. They change the menu everyday for lunch. Nice atmosphere and good prices.

Pros: Good bread

Cons: Slow service sometimes

Editorial from

Chef-owner Rohit Singh took a cue from his Berkeley spot, branching out to other East Bay locales with added improvements. However, the classic and regional Indian cuisine remains, with fresh, seasonal ingredients. Over 170 varieties of…

 

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