Marigold Indian Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 4832 N Broadway St

    Chicago, IL 60640

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  • 773-293-4653

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Took my teenager out to Marigold Restaurant as we are visiting ALL the Indian restaurants in Chicago - since we love that cuisine! This is the 19th restaurant we have visited thus far. This was hands-down one of the worst experiences we ever had. We ordered a chickpea dish and the tandoori chicken. We were told there was no point in ordering basmati rice additionally as the chicken came with rice. The chicken was about $17 and you won't believe for that price we got a piece of chicken about the size of the palm of your hand resting on a small portion of rice. it took 42 mns to get it as well, by which time we were almost ready to leave. Part of the experience of eating Indian in our view is the sharing of food - you order a few selections and you share. It is impossible to do that in this restaurant unless you forked out $80 for two and shared 5 very small portions. The chicken was dry and awful compared with the succulent tandoori you get in many other restaurants around Chicago. There were possibly 5 mouthfuls of rice. Because I wanted my son to enjoy his time, I let him have most of the food, so I doubt I got more than 3 mouthfuls myself. The nan bread came 15 mns after the food (which itself took three quarters of an hour) - it was not its usual fluffiness, but bread so crisp we almost broke our teeth on it. It was cooked with fennel seeds if memory serves, or another spice, which was original but the texture prevented us from enjoying that otherwise unique taste. The chickpea dish was not bad. It was not awful, it had a rich taste, though it was hard to distinguish the mango that was part of its description - overall I would say that was about average compared with other Chana Masala we have ordered. It was clear from the decor, prices and portion size (and again that comes from two people who don't usually stuff ourselves - we are thin people who stop eating when we are no longer hungry) that this was an attempt to create an upscale Indian restaurant to a population deemed to have money (not true of everyone living in this area). I am sure the money does not go to tripling the waiter's pay, that much I am sure. The problem with this approach is that you lose the authenticity of the Indian restaurant experience, and the food is about average. I think the good reviews must come from cognitive dissonance, a psychological theory that shows how two dissonant ideas must be reconciled in the mind by changing one of them, e.g, 1) the prices are very high; 2) the portions are ridiculously small and the food is only average. Therefore, to reconcile the huge prices I paid I must change my evaluation to suggest that after all the food is rather excellent and makes up for everything else! That is often what does happen in overpriced shi-shi situations like this. We will not be returning but enjoying the more traditional Indian gastronomic experience at other Indian restaurants. Out of 10 we rated this one a 4 for overall experience, including quality of food, where 5 is average.

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★★☆☆☆

Took my teenager out to Marigold Restaurant as we are visiting ALL the Indian restaurants in Chicago - since we love that cuisine! This is the 19th restaurant we have visited thus far. This was hands-down one of the worst experiences we ever had. We ordered a chickpea dish and the tandoori chicken. We were told there was no point in ordering basmati rice additionally as the chicken came with rice. The chicken was about $17 and you won't believe for that price we got a piece of chicken about the size of the palm of your hand resting on a small portion of rice. it took 42 mns to get it as well, by which time we were almost ready to leave. Part of the experience of eating Indian in our view is the sharing of food - you order a few selections and you share. It is impossible to do that in this restaurant unless you forked out $80 for two and shared 5 very small portions. The chicken was dry and awful compared with the succulent tandoori you get in many other restaurants around Chicago. There were possibly 5 mouthfuls of rice. Because I wanted my son to enjoy his time, I let him have most of the food, so I doubt I got more than 3 mouthfuls myself. The nan bread came 15 mns after the food (which itself took three quarters of an hour) - it was not its usual fluffiness, but bread so crisp we almost broke our teeth on it. It was cooked with fennel seeds if memory serves, or another spice, which was original but the texture prevented us from enjoying that otherwise unique taste. The chickpea dish was not bad. It was not awful, it had a rich taste, though it was hard to distinguish the mango that was part of its description - overall I would say that was about average compared with other Chana Masala we have ordered. It was clear from the decor, prices and portion size (and again that comes from two people who don't usually stuff ourselves - we are thin people who stop eating when we are no longer hungry) that this was an attempt to create an upscale Indian restaurant to a population deemed to have money (not true of everyone living in this area). I am sure the money does not go to tripling the waiter's pay, that much I am sure. The problem with this approach is that you lose the authenticity of the Indian restaurant experience, and the food is about average. I think the good reviews must come from cognitive dissonance, a psychological theory that shows how two dissonant ideas must be reconciled in the mind by changing one of them, e.g, 1) the prices are very high; 2) the portions are ridiculously small and the food is only average. Therefore, to reconcile the huge prices I paid I must change my evaluation to suggest that after all the food is rather excellent and makes up for everything else! That is often what does happen in overpriced shi-shi situations like this. We will not be returning but enjoying the more traditional Indian gastronomic experience at other Indian restaurants. Out of 10 we rated this one a 4 for overall experience, including quality of food, where 5 is average.

Pros: Nice waitress, average food

Cons: Super high prices, poor portions, stuck up place

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Because I am often in Chicago, I tend to keep lists of spots to visit and Marigold had been at the top of my list for a few months! Our son ordered take out for all of us on the Sunday after Christmas; we ordered a wide variety of items to the tune of $80. Were we surprised when the Tandoori Chicken priced at nearly $19 consisted of a part of one chicken breast thrown on a bed of dry basmati rice! The other items were somewhat disappointing too so my son decided to call Marigold to talk to them. We understand perfectly well that take out does not compare to in house plating but this was ridiculous! He spoke with a person claiming to be one of the owners. Because of our disappointment, he offered to send a $50 giftcard to our son so he could give them one more try either in house or with take out. To date (and it's been 3 weeks) nothing has appeared in the mail, even though the "owner" supposedly took down his name and address. Very very disappointing and just one more reason to never give them another try! As an update our son received the certificates in the mail yesterday (1/17). At least the owner is honorable so now we'll see how the restaurant rates with their in-house service and presentation.

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★★☆☆☆

Because I am often in Chicago, I tend to keep lists of spots to visit and Marigold had been at the top of my list for a few months! Our son ordered take out for all of us on the Sunday after Christmas; we ordered a wide variety of items to the tune of $80. Were we surprised when the Tandoori Chicken priced at nearly $19 consisted of a part of one chicken breast thrown on a bed of dry basmati rice! The other items were somewhat disappointing too so my son decided to call Marigold to talk to them. We understand perfectly well that take out does not compare to in house plating but this was ridiculous! He spoke with a person claiming to be one of the owners. Because of our disappointment, he offered to send a $50 giftcard to our son so he could give them one more try either in house or with take out. To date (and it's been 3 weeks) nothing has appeared in the mail, even though the "owner" supposedly took down his name and address. Very very disappointing and just one more reason to never give them another try! As an update our son received the certificates in the mail yesterday (1/17). At least the owner is honorable so now we'll see how the restaurant rates with their in-house service and presentation.

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You either get this place or don"t, most people are too cheap and try to compare sub par Indian food on Devon by price instead of quality. Marigold has authentic Indian food and is by far the best in Chicago. If you have been to London then you know what I mean. We had the new curry specials, the Chicken Korma and the spicy seafood Chingari (sp), it was so good! I would recommend that the table share, it's more fun. The waitstaff was so knowledgeable and the owners bought my wife a delicious spicy chocolate cake for her birthday! We loved this Uptown gem.

5
★★★★★

You either get this place or don"t, most people are too cheap and try to compare sub par Indian food on Devon by price instead of quality. Marigold has authentic Indian food and is by far the best in Chicago. If you have been to London then you know what I mean. We had the new curry specials, the Chicken Korma and the spicy seafood Chingari (sp), it was so good! I would recommend that the table share, it's more fun. The waitstaff was so knowledgeable and the owners bought my wife a delicious spicy chocolate cake for her birthday! We loved this Uptown gem.

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I did not enjoy my dining experience at Marigold Indian Restaurant - the service was slow and screwed up my order on several occasions. The quality of the food was not quite up to par in terms of authentic Indian cuisine.

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★☆☆☆☆

I did not enjoy my dining experience at Marigold Indian Restaurant - the service was slow and screwed up my order on several occasions. The quality of the food was not quite up to par in terms of authentic Indian cuisine.

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Okay, I'll be the first person to admit that I am a picky person, so Indian food isn't something I normally would try, but I have tried it before, in England, London, when I was much pickier as a 13 year old girl and I just loved it. So, when we went over to Marigold I was a little uncertain if I could find anything to eat there, but I had an open mind to the whole thing, plus, the decor and inside of this restaurant is just gorgeous, I love the atmosphere of it. I didn't find any chicken curry, so I was beginning to panick, but I decided to go for the chicken appetizer dish and try other my family's food.

Well, I did come across the dish I really, really liked, though I don't remember the name of it it started with a "M." It was so good, spicy, but not too spicy, and I could taste the many different spices in it and just loved it, it was certainly addictive! The only things cons I have to say about it is that prices are kinda pricey, I wish there was more of it to eat (though, I do need big portions to fill myself up, so that may just be me), and wish there was maybe more of a selection to chose from, though, I'd definitely go back and order what my Dad had, because that was definitely so good!

Our waitor was great, I enjoyed eating there, and overall it was a very good experience, especially for such a picky eater as myself.

2
★★★★☆

Okay, I'll be the first person to admit that I am a picky person, so Indian food isn't something I normally would try, but I have tried it before, in England, London, when I was much pickier as a 13 year old girl and I just loved it. So, when we went over to Marigold I was a little uncertain if I could find anything to eat there, but I had an open mind to the whole thing, plus, the decor and inside of this restaurant is just gorgeous, I love the atmosphere of it. I didn't find any chicken curry, so I was beginning to panick, but I decided to go for the chicken appetizer dish and try other my family's food.

Well, I did come across the dish I really, really liked, though I don't remember the name of it it started with a "M." It was so good, spicy, but not too spicy, and I could taste the many different spices in it and just loved it, it was certainly addictive! The only things cons I have to say about it is that prices are kinda pricey, I wish there was more of it to eat (though, I do need big portions to fill myself up, so that may just be me), and wish there was maybe more of a selection to chose from, though, I'd definitely go back and order what my Dad had, because that was definitely so good!

Our waitor was great, I enjoyed eating there, and overall it was a very good experience, especially for such a picky eater as myself.

Pros: Great atmosphere, good service

Cons: A little pricey, and wish there was more of it to eat!

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After reading Greenmill"s review it is evident that this guy is more interested in letting everyone know he has been to India instead of reviewing this restaurant? What the heck is his point? So with that in mind, DONT LISTEN TO THIS GUY! The food was awesome and it is just as good as the London spots I have been. Go for the chutneys and naan, duck leg is great and the Tandori chicken is juicy, and NOT served on a skillet with onions dry as a bone! Wine list was good, great date place too, the place has a cool vibe. So good food in Uptown is hard to find, this place hits the spot!

2
★★★★★

After reading Greenmill"s review it is evident that this guy is more interested in letting everyone know he has been to India instead of reviewing this restaurant? What the heck is his point? So with that in mind, DONT LISTEN TO THIS GUY! The food was awesome and it is just as good as the London spots I have been. Go for the chutneys and naan, duck leg is great and the Tandori chicken is juicy, and NOT served on a skillet with onions dry as a bone! Wine list was good, great date place too, the place has a cool vibe. So good food in Uptown is hard to find, this place hits the spot!

Pros: Chutneys, naan, duck leg, Tandori Chicken

Cons: all good to me!

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It is well understood that Chicago does not have many (truthfully, any) decent Indian food. In fact, New York's Soho district, Washington D.C., and Los Angelos have far more sophisticated options for those who seek inspired Indian cuisine. India's cuisine is rich and greatly respected by the world's greatest chef's like Thomas Keller, Adrian Ferrar, Grant Achatz, etc. It is indeed tragic that it is so poorly represented in one of the greatest cities in the U.S.- Chicago. India House, Viceroy, Gaylord (one of the best, but still far from extraordinary) faithfully serve the standard North Indian Cuisine that has been imitated and duplicated without any real thought or innovation. Marigold strives for something more- which I truly commend. There space is quite nice, as are their presentations. However, though i commend them for doing more for Indian cuisine in a city mired with mediocrity, I must still say there is MUCH ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT. Since they've taken a step in the right direction, I sincerely urge them to try SWAGATH restaurant in Defense Colony, New Delhi (five star review by the New York Times, this restaurant was covered on our NPR station). This is Indian cuisine executed at it's best. Brilliant flavors and aromas from every region of Indian take the diner on a culinary odyssey he is not bound to ever forger. If somebody could do Indian food here in Chicago like Swagath does in Delhi, it would be an enormous success!

1
★★★☆☆

It is well understood that Chicago does not have many (truthfully, any) decent Indian food. In fact, New York's Soho district, Washington D.C., and Los Angelos have far more sophisticated options for those who seek inspired Indian cuisine. India's cuisine is rich and greatly respected by the world's greatest chef's like Thomas Keller, Adrian Ferrar, Grant Achatz, etc. It is indeed tragic that it is so poorly represented in one of the greatest cities in the U.S.- Chicago. India House, Viceroy, Gaylord (one of the best, but still far from extraordinary) faithfully serve the standard North Indian Cuisine that has been imitated and duplicated without any real thought or innovation. Marigold strives for something more- which I truly commend. There space is quite nice, as are their presentations. However, though i commend them for doing more for Indian cuisine in a city mired with mediocrity, I must still say there is MUCH ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT. Since they've taken a step in the right direction, I sincerely urge them to try SWAGATH restaurant in Defense Colony, New Delhi (five star review by the New York Times, this restaurant was covered on our NPR station). This is Indian cuisine executed at it's best. Brilliant flavors and aromas from every region of Indian take the diner on a culinary odyssey he is not bound to ever forger. If somebody could do Indian food here in Chicago like Swagath does in Delhi, it would be an enormous success!

Pros: A STEP in the right direction for Indian food in Chicago

Cons: Still room for improvement.

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Atmosphere was great. Staff was friendly and very helpful. Our server was 5 star - Neal. Very attentive. Great Recomendations. Naan bread and chutneys were awesome. Every appetizer was excellent. Duck Leg - Superb! Mussels - Superb! Everything had robust flavors and well balances spices. Not for everybody - If you don't like indian or thai type of spices then it will probably be to spicy/strong for you, but if those type of cuisines are down your alley then you will love this place!

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★★★★★

Atmosphere was great. Staff was friendly and very helpful. Our server was 5 star - Neal. Very attentive. Great Recomendations. Naan bread and chutneys were awesome. Every appetizer was excellent. Duck Leg - Superb! Mussels - Superb! Everything had robust flavors and well balances spices. Not for everybody - If you don't like indian or thai type of spices then it will probably be to spicy/strong for you, but if those type of cuisines are down your alley then you will love this place!

Pros: Food, Service, Wines, Specialty Drinks,

Cons: ???

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A friend recommended Marigold to us. We went on a Sunday around 6:30. The ambience was classy but not stuffy or overly trendy. Quite gorgeous red/warm decor. We found it easy to converse... although I see this place getting a little crazy/noisey later in the day and on the weekends!
The food was absolutely fantastic. I used to date an Indian gentleman, and have dined in Indian restaurants here and also in Philadelphia and New York. While I don't know how "authentic" this food was, I do know this: Compared to other Indian food I have had, this was THE BEST!
We ordered samosas, lamp chops (perfectly cooked) and a vegetarian plate. The presentation was beautiful - no silver trays here, but individual white plates and beautfully arranged food. My saag paneer was so good - I couldn't stop eating the spinach (usually I pick out the cheese first!), which was the star in the dish - fresh and tasty, not gloppy and over-sauced.
The thing that stood out was that every dish was perfectly spiced - and not overly hot, which is a problem I find with many Asian cuisines. (Spicey is one thing, but hot for the sake of being hot - so it obliterates all other flavors? Not a big fan!) Everything was fresh and complex and flavors just exploded in our mouths. Our waiter later informed us that all spices were ground/toasted fresh daily in their own kitchen. Obiviously makes such a difference.
Marigold is a little pricey; it's definately an "upscale" dining experience and not your average "Indian restaurant". 1 appetizer, 2 entrees, and 2 beers were about $65. Didn't try any dessert as we were so full - and have leftover to enjoy today. We can't wait to go back!!! :)

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★★★★★

A friend recommended Marigold to us. We went on a Sunday around 6:30. The ambience was classy but not stuffy or overly trendy. Quite gorgeous red/warm decor. We found it easy to converse... although I see this place getting a little crazy/noisey later in the day and on the weekends!
The food was absolutely fantastic. I used to date an Indian gentleman, and have dined in Indian restaurants here and also in Philadelphia and New York. While I don't know how "authentic" this food was, I do know this: Compared to other Indian food I have had, this was THE BEST!
We ordered samosas, lamp chops (perfectly cooked) and a vegetarian plate. The presentation was beautiful - no silver trays here, but individual white plates and beautfully arranged food. My saag paneer was so good - I couldn't stop eating the spinach (usually I pick out the cheese first!), which was the star in the dish - fresh and tasty, not gloppy and over-sauced.
The thing that stood out was that every dish was perfectly spiced - and not overly hot, which is a problem I find with many Asian cuisines. (Spicey is one thing, but hot for the sake of being hot - so it obliterates all other flavors? Not a big fan!) Everything was fresh and complex and flavors just exploded in our mouths. Our waiter later informed us that all spices were ground/toasted fresh daily in their own kitchen. Obiviously makes such a difference.
Marigold is a little pricey; it's definately an "upscale" dining experience and not your average "Indian restaurant". 1 appetizer, 2 entrees, and 2 beers were about $65. Didn't try any dessert as we were so full - and have leftover to enjoy today. We can't wait to go back!!! :)

Pros: Excellent, flavorful food

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I've been eating Indain food all my life, starting at the age of 5 when my Indian baby-sitter would cook for me and my sister, so when my friends raved about this place, I was excited to try it. I was let down. Granted, this place is gorgeous - candles on the walls, warm colors, elegant table presentation - but the food is below average to average. One dish my fiance and I did enjoy was the lamb vindaloo, but everything else was just ok. On top of that, our waitress was too chatty and didn't ensure a smooth flow to the courses. We ordered appertizers, salads, and dinner, and the apps and salads came out quickly, but there was over a half-hour wait for our main dishes. Desserts were un-inspiring as well. For people that don't know Indian food all that well, yes, I can see that they're going to think this place is great. For those of us that know better, please do not waste your time or money. We won't be going back.

1
★★★☆☆

I've been eating Indain food all my life, starting at the age of 5 when my Indian baby-sitter would cook for me and my sister, so when my friends raved about this place, I was excited to try it. I was let down. Granted, this place is gorgeous - candles on the walls, warm colors, elegant table presentation - but the food is below average to average. One dish my fiance and I did enjoy was the lamb vindaloo, but everything else was just ok. On top of that, our waitress was too chatty and didn't ensure a smooth flow to the courses. We ordered appertizers, salads, and dinner, and the apps and salads came out quickly, but there was over a half-hour wait for our main dishes. Desserts were un-inspiring as well. For people that don't know Indian food all that well, yes, I can see that they're going to think this place is great. For those of us that know better, please do not waste your time or money. We won't be going back.

Pros: Ambience and decor

Cons: Food, service, prices

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I was a little skeptical by the idea of upscale Indian dining, but decided to try Marigold based on a friend's recommendation. I took an out of town guest there and we LOVED it. First of all, the ambience is fantastic. The walls are painted warm colors, candles glow throughout the restaurant, and the best part is the music - a mix of ambient/trance Indian and ethnic mixes. The music stays true to the Indian part, but is hip and trendy, too.

For a starter I ordered the calamari bhaji - this dish is fabulous. I'm picky when it comes to calamari, but this was one of the best I've had! For an entree I had the kalonji chicken which was cooked perfectly - amazing flavors! Our waiter suggested a nice wine that paired perfectly with our dinner.

For the price and the ambience, you cannot go wrong at Marigold. I plan to take my fiance there very soon - it's the perfect spot for an intimate, fun dinner.

2
★★★★★

I was a little skeptical by the idea of upscale Indian dining, but decided to try Marigold based on a friend's recommendation. I took an out of town guest there and we LOVED it. First of all, the ambience is fantastic. The walls are painted warm colors, candles glow throughout the restaurant, and the best part is the music - a mix of ambient/trance Indian and ethnic mixes. The music stays true to the Indian part, but is hip and trendy, too.

For a starter I ordered the calamari bhaji - this dish is fabulous. I'm picky when it comes to calamari, but this was one of the best I've had! For an entree I had the kalonji chicken which was cooked perfectly - amazing flavors! Our waiter suggested a nice wine that paired perfectly with our dinner.

For the price and the ambience, you cannot go wrong at Marigold. I plan to take my fiance there very soon - it's the perfect spot for an intimate, fun dinner.

Pros: Ambience, food!, service, value

Cons: NONE!

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My boyfriend and I decided to try Marigold for a date night before a play. The atmosphere was amazing and the wait staff was incredibly helpful. Our waiter explained everything and included all ingredients in the dishes. Our glasses were always full and the food was great. The calamari appetizer was fantastic and I would recommend it to everyone. The portions were very filling and it was some of the best indian food I have ever had. If you want a romantic and comfortable date spot I would highly recommend Marigold for any couple.

2
★★★★★

My boyfriend and I decided to try Marigold for a date night before a play. The atmosphere was amazing and the wait staff was incredibly helpful. Our waiter explained everything and included all ingredients in the dishes. Our glasses were always full and the food was great. The calamari appetizer was fantastic and I would recommend it to everyone. The portions were very filling and it was some of the best indian food I have ever had. If you want a romantic and comfortable date spot I would highly recommend Marigold for any couple.

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This place is on the lower end of acceptable. My parents love indian food (and eat it frequently), and they've been to India House and Gaylord, so I thought we'd try something new. This place did not live up to the rating. First of all, we had 8:30 reservations and didn't get seated until after 9. They were very unapologetic. I thought maybe the food would make up for it. It didn't. We waited forever for the food to come, and we were very uncomfortable while we were at the table. They didn't have enough chairs, so some of our party had to sit on small ottomans, which provided no back support for the long wait. Once again they were unapologetic. When the food finally came, it was rather small portion-wise. For the portions it was definitely overpriced. As far as taste goes, my dad liked his, my mom hated hers, and the rest of us thought is was merely ok. Certainly nothing to write home about. If you want good indian food, don't go here. Go to Gaylord or India House and you will be much happier with the experience. On the other hand, if you want to go to a trendy spot that serves mediocre food for slightly elevated prices, this is your spot. One thing's for sure, you won't see me back there.

1
★★★☆☆

This place is on the lower end of acceptable. My parents love indian food (and eat it frequently), and they've been to India House and Gaylord, so I thought we'd try something new. This place did not live up to the rating. First of all, we had 8:30 reservations and didn't get seated until after 9. They were very unapologetic. I thought maybe the food would make up for it. It didn't. We waited forever for the food to come, and we were very uncomfortable while we were at the table. They didn't have enough chairs, so some of our party had to sit on small ottomans, which provided no back support for the long wait. Once again they were unapologetic. When the food finally came, it was rather small portion-wise. For the portions it was definitely overpriced. As far as taste goes, my dad liked his, my mom hated hers, and the rest of us thought is was merely ok. Certainly nothing to write home about. If you want good indian food, don't go here. Go to Gaylord or India House and you will be much happier with the experience. On the other hand, if you want to go to a trendy spot that serves mediocre food for slightly elevated prices, this is your spot. One thing's for sure, you won't see me back there.

Pros: Trendy (it is fusion after all), interesting atmosphere

Cons: Long wait, mediocre food, mediocre service, relatively pricey for the portion size, parking is tough

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Never liked Indian food until I came here! The atmosphere is what originally drew us to the restaurant...it is beautifully designed, making us much more likely to go in to try. So glad we did!

2
★★★★★

Never liked Indian food until I came here! The atmosphere is what originally drew us to the restaurant...it is beautifully designed, making us much more likely to go in to try. So glad we did!

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Brilliant concoctions within the vast realm of Indian cuisine.
Great ideas, great ambience?wonderful service!
Highly recommended!

2
★★★★★

Brilliant concoctions within the vast realm of Indian cuisine.
Great ideas, great ambience?wonderful service!
Highly recommended!

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Maroon and marigold walls and jewel-encrusted hanging lamps set the stage at this spot, where neighbors push two-top tables together for group dinners and dates cuddle over cocktails. Soft Indian music plays overhead,…

 

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