Taste Of Malabar

★★★★★
  • 5999 De Zavala Rd Ste 109

    San Antonio, TX 78249

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  • 210-561-4409

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Mon. CLOSED;Tue. - Fri. 11am - 9pm;Sat. - Sun. 5pm - 9pm

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The place does not have enough seating capacity. When we ordered naan he got those from HEB!! and said these are freshly prepared, poor service and no etiquettes on how to retain customer. The overall experience was abysmal.

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★★★★★

The place does not have enough seating capacity. When we ordered naan he got those from HEB!! and said these are freshly prepared, poor service and no etiquettes on how to retain customer. The overall experience was abysmal.

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I am familiar with food from the Kerala region, and was excited to hear that there's a restaurant specializing in this food! It is very different from the typical North Indian food. Most of the dishes are coconut based and there seems to be a number of Christians in that region who eat beef and fish, as there are some dishes like Kerala Beef and Fish Curry that are amazingly good! My favorite is the swirly, buttery, and flaky porotta breads that are a specialty of that region. I love to eat that with the chicken curry. You should definitely check out their buffet on the weekends, as they'll have Kerala dishes on their buffet. Their North Indian (I've only tried 2 dishes, saag paneer and chole) were pretty good, but not their specialty. Give it a try and see how wonderful their food is! The region is in the very South and they definitely use different spices, but still very hot and tasty!

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★★★★☆

I am familiar with food from the Kerala region, and was excited to hear that there's a restaurant specializing in this food! It is very different from the typical North Indian food. Most of the dishes are coconut based and there seems to be a number of Christians in that region who eat beef and fish, as there are some dishes like Kerala Beef and Fish Curry that are amazingly good! My favorite is the swirly, buttery, and flaky porotta breads that are a specialty of that region. I love to eat that with the chicken curry. You should definitely check out their buffet on the weekends, as they'll have Kerala dishes on their buffet. Their North Indian (I've only tried 2 dishes, saag paneer and chole) were pretty good, but not their specialty. Give it a try and see how wonderful their food is! The region is in the very South and they definitely use different spices, but still very hot and tasty!

Pros: Rare, special food from a region of India that's not commonly found everywhere!

Cons: none

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While not an expert, this nice and clean place offers great tasting Indian dishes that I ever had. My kids had the chicken 65 and Naan; I had CTM and Lamb Biryani and we had samoosa and masala Dosa; oh, we enjoyed the Indian Beer and my wife had some merlot red wine also. Great service also. Excellent choice!

2
★★★★★

While not an expert, this nice and clean place offers great tasting Indian dishes that I ever had. My kids had the chicken 65 and Naan; I had CTM and Lamb Biryani and we had samoosa and masala Dosa; oh, we enjoyed the Indian Beer and my wife had some merlot red wine also. Great service also. Excellent choice!

Pros: Great food and outstanding service. Great beer and wine.

Cons: nothing really to say bad about this small nice place.

 

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