Mayura Indian Grill and Bar

★★★☆☆

About Mayura Indian Grill and Bar

Hours
Monday 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM Tuesday 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM Wednesday 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM Thursday 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM Friday 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM Saturday 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM Sunday 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM
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worst worst restaurant. chicken biryani with out chicken .we need scratch the food from the utensils.they never refill inspite of our repeated requests. They lost their business in Beaverton due the same reasons. same thing they are

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★★★★★

worst worst restaurant. chicken biryani with out chicken .we need scratch the food from the utensils.they never refill inspite of our repeated requests. They lost their business in Beaverton due the same reasons. same thing they are

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Like another reviewer, I joined City Search just to review this restaurant. However, I only have good things to say about Mayura. Although the atmosphere isn't fancy, the food is exceptional and the service is very hospitable.\r
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Like another reviewer, I joined City Search just to review this restaurant. However, I only have good things to say about Mayura. Although the atmosphere isn't fancy, the food is exceptional and the service is very hospitable.\r
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Thought I'd even out the reviews by offering a dinner review. I've never been to the lunch buffet which is what other reviewers were covering but I've been to dinner here three times and each time was greeted with a smile. The food was delicious. I've never had dosa before and was astonished at the size, never thought my friend and I could begin to eat it all. We also loved the entrees and the peshwari naan which is a personal favorite.

I agree that the service is a little more lukewarm. The first 2 times I went, we found ourselves prairie dogging a bit to find a waiter when we needed one. This last time I went, they did a great job, came by frequently to fill water glasses and see if we needed anything.

So maybe they're learning.

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★★★★☆

Thought I'd even out the reviews by offering a dinner review. I've never been to the lunch buffet which is what other reviewers were covering but I've been to dinner here three times and each time was greeted with a smile. The food was delicious. I've never had dosa before and was astonished at the size, never thought my friend and I could begin to eat it all. We also loved the entrees and the peshwari naan which is a personal favorite.

I agree that the service is a little more lukewarm. The first 2 times I went, we found ourselves prairie dogging a bit to find a waiter when we needed one. This last time I went, they did a great job, came by frequently to fill water glasses and see if we needed anything.

So maybe they're learning.

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I joined citysearch just to write this review. I am an avid food lover and cook, years of restaurant experience, good tipper and understanding customer. With that all said, it is rare I have hatred for a place, until now. I went to lunch there to give it a shot despite the already two bad reviews. I work at Good Sam, have an hour to eat and a buffet seems like a quick and efficient way to go. The buffet line was empty. on a friday. at lunch. for almost thirty minutes. No one came to the table to say it would be a wait or anything. They would bring out 5 pieces of naan at a time, which were promptly scavanged by the people closer waiting to eat. Awful. I got up and left.

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★☆☆☆☆

I joined citysearch just to write this review. I am an avid food lover and cook, years of restaurant experience, good tipper and understanding customer. With that all said, it is rare I have hatred for a place, until now. I went to lunch there to give it a shot despite the already two bad reviews. I work at Good Sam, have an hour to eat and a buffet seems like a quick and efficient way to go. The buffet line was empty. on a friday. at lunch. for almost thirty minutes. No one came to the table to say it would be a wait or anything. They would bring out 5 pieces of naan at a time, which were promptly scavanged by the people closer waiting to eat. Awful. I got up and left.

Pros: not a thing

Cons: everything

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This is one of the best Indian restaurants I have experienced in Portland. The Briyana was fabulous and the staff was attentive and courteous. I am definitely going back here.

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★★★★★

This is one of the best Indian restaurants I have experienced in Portland. The Briyana was fabulous and the staff was attentive and courteous. I am definitely going back here.

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If I could, I would purge the experience at this place from my memory and tattoo "Never go to Mayura" on my forearm!!

The food we were served had no salt or spices, the Naans were half cooked. The selection was limited.

This restaurant does serious damage to the reputation of Indian Cusine as being full of flavor, spice and variety.

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★☆☆☆☆

If I could, I would purge the experience at this place from my memory and tattoo "Never go to Mayura" on my forearm!!

The food we were served had no salt or spices, the Naans were half cooked. The selection was limited.

This restaurant does serious damage to the reputation of Indian Cusine as being full of flavor, spice and variety.

Pros: Open late

Cons: Tasteless food

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This place and its owner amaze me!

They had another restaurant with a similar name (Mayuri - ww dot mayuri dot net) in Beaverton. When I moved to Portland about 5 years ago, that was the first Indian restaurant I went to. The food was semi-decent but the service was lousy and apathetic - you almost felt that you were being a burden on the owner, manager and waiter!

Service: The same dude opens a restaurant in the northwest district. I was hopeful that they might have learnt and improved their service - but no! As retarded as ever! I went there on a Saturday for their lunch buffet. I greeted the host/owner with a smile, but he found it inexplicably hard to even smile back! The water glasses were perennially empty - I had to get the water myself.

Food: The spread was tiny compared to any other Indian buffet in town. The tandoori chicken was cold and hard. It was good to see ground mutton keema in the buffet, but the high salt made it inedible! The chicken biryani was the saving grace. Hardly any veggie options - just a lousy, soft potato curry. Any of the items that got over were never replenished (except for the naan, which was replenished 2 at a time!). The dessert - gulab jamun - was made with a cheap mix and the sugar syrup was thick and crystalline!

Ambiance: The setting was good, The restaurant had 4 people for a saturday lunch - that gives you the picture. The music was some lousy world music/electronic and was in stark contrast to the setting. They can provide the people with some good Indian classical/light music.

I can't believe someone can be in the restaurant business with attitude like this. I hope the owner/host learns to smile and improves his service - but knowing how he has run Mayuri over the years, I would be surprised if he does!

Places like Mayuri and Mayura give Indian hospitality a bad bad name! Please save yourselves the pain and displeasure of visiting this horrible joint. At least, I am not going there again! I would much rather go to India Tandoor Kitchen (the service is slow, but pleasant) or East India Company (the latter is a little expensive) in downtown.

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★☆☆☆☆

This place and its owner amaze me!

They had another restaurant with a similar name (Mayuri - ww dot mayuri dot net) in Beaverton. When I moved to Portland about 5 years ago, that was the first Indian restaurant I went to. The food was semi-decent but the service was lousy and apathetic - you almost felt that you were being a burden on the owner, manager and waiter!

Service: The same dude opens a restaurant in the northwest district. I was hopeful that they might have learnt and improved their service - but no! As retarded as ever! I went there on a Saturday for their lunch buffet. I greeted the host/owner with a smile, but he found it inexplicably hard to even smile back! The water glasses were perennially empty - I had to get the water myself.

Food: The spread was tiny compared to any other Indian buffet in town. The tandoori chicken was cold and hard. It was good to see ground mutton keema in the buffet, but the high salt made it inedible! The chicken biryani was the saving grace. Hardly any veggie options - just a lousy, soft potato curry. Any of the items that got over were never replenished (except for the naan, which was replenished 2 at a time!). The dessert - gulab jamun - was made with a cheap mix and the sugar syrup was thick and crystalline!

Ambiance: The setting was good, The restaurant had 4 people for a saturday lunch - that gives you the picture. The music was some lousy world music/electronic and was in stark contrast to the setting. They can provide the people with some good Indian classical/light music.

I can't believe someone can be in the restaurant business with attitude like this. I hope the owner/host learns to smile and improves his service - but knowing how he has run Mayuri over the years, I would be surprised if he does!

Places like Mayuri and Mayura give Indian hospitality a bad bad name! Please save yourselves the pain and displeasure of visiting this horrible joint. At least, I am not going there again! I would much rather go to India Tandoor Kitchen (the service is slow, but pleasant) or East India Company (the latter is a little expensive) in downtown.

Pros: Inexpensive buffet

Cons: Poor spread; Cold food; Frustrating and horrible service

 

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