Uru Swati

★★★☆☆
  • 2629 W Devon Ave

    Chicago, IL 60659

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  • 773-262-5280

About Uru Swati

Hours
Mon, Wed, Thu 11am-9pm Fri-Sat 11am-10pm

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The food here is very tasty and noticeably made from fresh ingredients. They consistently serve some of the best food on Devon. The selection of fresh made breads are outstanding.

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The food here is very tasty and noticeably made from fresh ingredients. They consistently serve some of the best food on Devon. The selection of fresh made breads are outstanding.

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i really liked the decor at swati more than anything else. it was very different from the traditional setting at other restaurants on devon. the food, however, was mediocre at best. i had the masala dosa, and it was just not anything spectacular.

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★★★☆☆

i really liked the decor at swati more than anything else. it was very different from the traditional setting at other restaurants on devon. the food, however, was mediocre at best. i had the masala dosa, and it was just not anything spectacular.

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Healing through food? You must be joking. Swati is anything But healthy- There food is soaked in cream and oil and more than half the stuff on their menu is fried, not baked. Not to mention, they have a very sparse selection. I had the bhel puri and masala dosa. The bhel tasted like it was six months old-- It was stale!! The dosa aloo was completely cold and the sambhar was not traditional at all. If you are expecting very low quality food for a decent price, Swati is your place. If you want to try some good quality food, try the Viceroy of India down the street.

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Healing through food? You must be joking. Swati is anything But healthy- There food is soaked in cream and oil and more than half the stuff on their menu is fried, not baked. Not to mention, they have a very sparse selection. I had the bhel puri and masala dosa. The bhel tasted like it was six months old-- It was stale!! The dosa aloo was completely cold and the sambhar was not traditional at all. If you are expecting very low quality food for a decent price, Swati is your place. If you want to try some good quality food, try the Viceroy of India down the street.

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Casual Indian restaurant offers great tasting and good for you fresh vegetarian dishes to hungry Chicago residents.

 

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