New Ganges Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 775 Frederick St

    San Francisco, CA 94117

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  • 415-681-4355

About New Ganges Restaurant

Hours
Monday To Sunday From 05:00 PM To 09:30 PM

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This place is amazing, delicious and the owners are incredibly kind!

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★★★★★

This place is amazing, delicious and the owners are incredibly kind!

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The New Ganges serves fresh and tasty Indian food. Although a vegetarian restaurant, anyone would enjoy the food here, as the quality is much better than your typical Indian fare. There is an interesting and varied menu. The appetizers and dishes were expertly prepared and served with pride. The location is an ideal stop if you are taking a drive to or from the beach area.

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★★★★☆

The New Ganges serves fresh and tasty Indian food. Although a vegetarian restaurant, anyone would enjoy the food here, as the quality is much better than your typical Indian fare. There is an interesting and varied menu. The appetizers and dishes were expertly prepared and served with pride. The location is an ideal stop if you are taking a drive to or from the beach area.

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Honestly the best Indian food I have ever tasted! I've never had such a pleasant eating experience due to the fabulous man who heads the place. He gives a fun an unique experience to dining. Everything tasted so fresh and fantastic. The Samosas and Rasmali (sp?) were breathtaking!

2
★★★★★

Honestly the best Indian food I have ever tasted! I've never had such a pleasant eating experience due to the fabulous man who heads the place. He gives a fun an unique experience to dining. Everything tasted so fresh and fantastic. The Samosas and Rasmali (sp?) were breathtaking!

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This is a hole in the wall in middle of nowhere. My experience left me seriously underwhelmed. If you do end up here, keep your expectations low

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★☆☆☆☆

This is a hole in the wall in middle of nowhere. My experience left me seriously underwhelmed. If you do end up here, keep your expectations low

Cons: Hospitality, Service, Ambience

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Great Indian food and affordable prices. Located by Golden Gate Park. Highly recommended not just for Vegetarians / Vegans.

2
★★★★★

Great Indian food and affordable prices. Located by Golden Gate Park. Highly recommended not just for Vegetarians / Vegans.

Pros: best Samosas in all of SF

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If you enjoy great Indian vegetarian cuisine, this is the place. Everything is completely fresh and homemade. The variety of tastes is incredible. The host not only ensures that you have an excellent dining experience, he makes you feel as thought you are a guest in his home. He often comes up with amazing suggestions which I encourage any new customers to take advantage of. All this with a very warm smile and a great sense of humor to boot! Highly recommended.

2
★★★★★

If you enjoy great Indian vegetarian cuisine, this is the place. Everything is completely fresh and homemade. The variety of tastes is incredible. The host not only ensures that you have an excellent dining experience, he makes you feel as thought you are a guest in his home. He often comes up with amazing suggestions which I encourage any new customers to take advantage of. All this with a very warm smile and a great sense of humor to boot! Highly recommended.

Pros: Great Food, Great Service

Cons: Like most places in the city, parking can be a challenge. MUNI is a good alternative.

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When I'm dining at New Ganges, Aftab makes me feel like I'm at home. That is if I were born into an Indian family! It's almost as if my mother became a grown Indian man! He takes great care of you, and if you find yourself the only one in the restaurant at the time he may even take to feeding you one bite at a time as he prepares the right combinations of things on a fork for you to taste!

This is by far the best vegetarian Indian food available in San Francisco. The ambiance is homey and not at all elegant, but you'll forget that as soon as the first bite passes over your tongue! If you're unfamiliar with Indian food, let Aftab (the owner) make some decisions for you, but make sure you let him know how hungry you are (or aren't) as he's an excellent salesman!

They make some things that you just can't get anywhere else. It's a must-go in terms of indian food.

I'll be back again and again, and again!

2
★★★★★

When I'm dining at New Ganges, Aftab makes me feel like I'm at home. That is if I were born into an Indian family! It's almost as if my mother became a grown Indian man! He takes great care of you, and if you find yourself the only one in the restaurant at the time he may even take to feeding you one bite at a time as he prepares the right combinations of things on a fork for you to taste!

This is by far the best vegetarian Indian food available in San Francisco. The ambiance is homey and not at all elegant, but you'll forget that as soon as the first bite passes over your tongue! If you're unfamiliar with Indian food, let Aftab (the owner) make some decisions for you, but make sure you let him know how hungry you are (or aren't) as he's an excellent salesman!

They make some things that you just can't get anywhere else. It's a must-go in terms of indian food.

I'll be back again and again, and again!

Pros: Excellent Food

Cons: Tough parking

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As far as I can see all of these reviews are spot on. You've got to check this place out. The owner is a trip. He's really sweet and fun and adds so much to the experience. The food is as fresh as you will ever try in an Indian restaurant. Sure, the decor isn't flashy. But you won't care once you're sitting at your table. You are guaranteed to have a good time. I had the peas, my wife had the eggplant....which is OFF THE HOOK! Why are you still reading this? Just go there already.

2
★★★★★

As far as I can see all of these reviews are spot on. You've got to check this place out. The owner is a trip. He's really sweet and fun and adds so much to the experience. The food is as fresh as you will ever try in an Indian restaurant. Sure, the decor isn't flashy. But you won't care once you're sitting at your table. You are guaranteed to have a good time. I had the peas, my wife had the eggplant....which is OFF THE HOOK! Why are you still reading this? Just go there already.

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Our family is vegetarian and we were looking forward to eating at New Ganges on our recent trip to San Francisco, after reading multiple good reviews. When we walked in there were only a couple other customers in the restaurant, but we were immediately greeted by the jovial and enthusiastic owner, Aftab. From the very beginning Aftab let us know that he would be dining "with us" that afternoon. The service was unbelievably attentive. When Aftab was not teaching us the correct way to enjoy his food, he was giving us advice on life.

The food was very good. Aftab let us know as soon as we were seated, the food is entirely fresh. none of the food is frozen, and it definitely shows (or in this case, tastes.) The highlights of our meal were the eggplant bharta, aloo gobi, whole wheat chapatis and a delectable mango ice cream.

If you're in the area and enjoy good Indian food, you should definitely give New Ganges a try. Aftab brings more than just a meal to the table, and our family is still talking about it days later.

2
★★★★☆

Our family is vegetarian and we were looking forward to eating at New Ganges on our recent trip to San Francisco, after reading multiple good reviews. When we walked in there were only a couple other customers in the restaurant, but we were immediately greeted by the jovial and enthusiastic owner, Aftab. From the very beginning Aftab let us know that he would be dining "with us" that afternoon. The service was unbelievably attentive. When Aftab was not teaching us the correct way to enjoy his food, he was giving us advice on life.

The food was very good. Aftab let us know as soon as we were seated, the food is entirely fresh. none of the food is frozen, and it definitely shows (or in this case, tastes.) The highlights of our meal were the eggplant bharta, aloo gobi, whole wheat chapatis and a delectable mango ice cream.

If you're in the area and enjoy good Indian food, you should definitely give New Ganges a try. Aftab brings more than just a meal to the table, and our family is still talking about it days later.

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A rare find. Tawa rotis just like mom used to make. Food was fresh and fantastic! Highly recommended.

2
★★★★★

A rare find. Tawa rotis just like mom used to make. Food was fresh and fantastic! Highly recommended.

Pros: Very nice family owned and runned business

Cons: Not the prettiest inside but it is all about the fresh home cooked food and the nice staff.

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We were all visiting SF, and we were dead tired and hungry by the time we got to the restaurant. We were given a warm welcome, and we soon relaxed in the calm setting. The place wasn't bombarded with people, which gave us room to enjoy a quiet dinner. The food was fresh, and you could tell by the taste of the food. The food was great...I loved everything from the fresh indian roti, to the okra dish and the cheese dish ..and the biryani...The food was simply delicious! The owner is a wonderful man- very friendly and always willing to help you enjoy the food in a different way. When we left, he gave us 3 roses (one for my mom, sister and my self) :) We loved the experience, and would go back if ever we go visit San Francisco.

2
★★★★★

We were all visiting SF, and we were dead tired and hungry by the time we got to the restaurant. We were given a warm welcome, and we soon relaxed in the calm setting. The place wasn't bombarded with people, which gave us room to enjoy a quiet dinner. The food was fresh, and you could tell by the taste of the food. The food was great...I loved everything from the fresh indian roti, to the okra dish and the cheese dish ..and the biryani...The food was simply delicious! The owner is a wonderful man- very friendly and always willing to help you enjoy the food in a different way. When we left, he gave us 3 roses (one for my mom, sister and my self) :) We loved the experience, and would go back if ever we go visit San Francisco.

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The first time we visited, the restaurant was closed?the owner took one look at our disappointed faces and opened the restaurant just for us!

I have to admit that I was a little put off by the flowers in dirty water on the table and I do suggest a bit of a face lift on the decor. However, the food was incredible. And my daughter and I loved the owners friendly humor and attention. I can understand that some people may be made uncomfortable by his interjection, however it made it an unforgettable experience for us.

My family is British and we have been eating Indian food for decades. We also cook it extensively and this food felt home made. The ingredients were obviously fresh, the flavors were original and it wasn't as oily as most restaurants. I was honored to be feed so caringly and will recommend this restaurant to all my friends.

2
★★★★★

The first time we visited, the restaurant was closed?the owner took one look at our disappointed faces and opened the restaurant just for us!

I have to admit that I was a little put off by the flowers in dirty water on the table and I do suggest a bit of a face lift on the decor. However, the food was incredible. And my daughter and I loved the owners friendly humor and attention. I can understand that some people may be made uncomfortable by his interjection, however it made it an unforgettable experience for us.

My family is British and we have been eating Indian food for decades. We also cook it extensively and this food felt home made. The ingredients were obviously fresh, the flavors were original and it wasn't as oily as most restaurants. I was honored to be feed so caringly and will recommend this restaurant to all my friends.

Pros: Wonderful food served with humor

Cons: Ambience could use some attention

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New Ganges is a real gem. It is tucked away in a residential location between the Inner Sunset and the Haight (take the N-Judah line to get there- it is one block from the UCSF stop on Judah and Arguello). The food is insanely good. The owner believes whole-heartedly in using only the freshest ingredients for his dishes which are prepared with love by his wife and daughter (?). I've been there more than a dozen times since moving to the city 2 years ago and the food is ALWAYS amazing. I literally crave this food. The begnan pakora appetizer is special. Every main course dish I've had is great, with perfectly balanced seasoning. Try the Dal. This food is also free of that layer of greasy oil that sits on top of Indian dishes at many of the other joints in town. The whole wheat chipati bread is a fantastic alternative to the traditional bleached flour naan served elsewhere. I am always genuinely surprised that people don't know about this place and that there it is never packed. Don't wait any longer... GET OVER THERE AND TRY THIS PLACE SOON! You will likely be greeted by the friendly owner who is delighted to ensure you enjoy your dining experience. If you appreciate good food you will appreciate this place.

2
★★★★★

New Ganges is a real gem. It is tucked away in a residential location between the Inner Sunset and the Haight (take the N-Judah line to get there- it is one block from the UCSF stop on Judah and Arguello). The food is insanely good. The owner believes whole-heartedly in using only the freshest ingredients for his dishes which are prepared with love by his wife and daughter (?). I've been there more than a dozen times since moving to the city 2 years ago and the food is ALWAYS amazing. I literally crave this food. The begnan pakora appetizer is special. Every main course dish I've had is great, with perfectly balanced seasoning. Try the Dal. This food is also free of that layer of greasy oil that sits on top of Indian dishes at many of the other joints in town. The whole wheat chipati bread is a fantastic alternative to the traditional bleached flour naan served elsewhere. I am always genuinely surprised that people don't know about this place and that there it is never packed. Don't wait any longer... GET OVER THERE AND TRY THIS PLACE SOON! You will likely be greeted by the friendly owner who is delighted to ensure you enjoy your dining experience. If you appreciate good food you will appreciate this place.

Pros: Always great, never over crowded

Cons: They don't serve alcohol or meat so your close-minded friends will need a push

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I had the food from New Ganges delivered last week. It arrived about 1 hour later than promised. I believe the owner was the deliverer because he was telling me to promise to come in to the restaurant just once. I smiled and wished him a good eve, having already read the reviews here mentioning his patronizing behavior. I've eaten at other restaurants with this type of over attentiveness and it will keep me from returning. In the case of New Ganges, I plan to never eat on site for this reason first.

Secondly I won't be eating there again due to the food. It wasn't awful, but it also wasn't nearly as good as many other Indian restaurants in SF. As most vegitarians know, Indian Food is one of the easiest types of restaurants to order Vegitarian in. So to have a Veggie Indian Restaurant isn't saying much. If anything, I would hope it meant I have more options. That was not the case at New Ganges. In fact, there are less choices here.

The food itself was very oily. I ordered the # 8 with pakoras that were lumps of starch with no veg to be found and no flavor., #5 which had no tomato to be found, it actually seemed be potato dumplings that were just ok, # 21 that was again, ok. and #14also flavor was just ok. I also had raita which was ok and zeerta rice (though I only ordered plain rice.) Again the #5, 14 and 21 all were very heavy in oil. I reheated left overs and everything was swimming in the oil.

The heat levels are 1,2, 3, and 4. I ordered 3 and was flaming. The food had chili flakes everywhere. Just a warning.

The overall flavor of the food is rather simple and unrefined. Many reviewers have talked about it tasting homemade (or not). I would liken it to food at a potluck.

Do be cautioned that he tries to throw things in there and you'll be paying if you say yes to any of it. He also speaks very fast and I found him difficult to understand over the phone.

All in all, just ok.

1
★★☆☆☆

I had the food from New Ganges delivered last week. It arrived about 1 hour later than promised. I believe the owner was the deliverer because he was telling me to promise to come in to the restaurant just once. I smiled and wished him a good eve, having already read the reviews here mentioning his patronizing behavior. I've eaten at other restaurants with this type of over attentiveness and it will keep me from returning. In the case of New Ganges, I plan to never eat on site for this reason first.

Secondly I won't be eating there again due to the food. It wasn't awful, but it also wasn't nearly as good as many other Indian restaurants in SF. As most vegitarians know, Indian Food is one of the easiest types of restaurants to order Vegitarian in. So to have a Veggie Indian Restaurant isn't saying much. If anything, I would hope it meant I have more options. That was not the case at New Ganges. In fact, there are less choices here.

The food itself was very oily. I ordered the # 8 with pakoras that were lumps of starch with no veg to be found and no flavor., #5 which had no tomato to be found, it actually seemed be potato dumplings that were just ok, # 21 that was again, ok. and #14also flavor was just ok. I also had raita which was ok and zeerta rice (though I only ordered plain rice.) Again the #5, 14 and 21 all were very heavy in oil. I reheated left overs and everything was swimming in the oil.

The heat levels are 1,2, 3, and 4. I ordered 3 and was flaming. The food had chili flakes everywhere. Just a warning.

The overall flavor of the food is rather simple and unrefined. Many reviewers have talked about it tasting homemade (or not). I would liken it to food at a potluck.

Do be cautioned that he tries to throw things in there and you'll be paying if you say yes to any of it. He also speaks very fast and I found him difficult to understand over the phone.

All in all, just ok.

Pros: hmmmm

Cons: oily, hard sell

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The mango lassi was delicious...not painfully sweet, but just sweet enough to be delicious...not to mention the fresh curds. The food was absolutely amazing from the dishes pulkas, right down to the achar. The owner is extremely friendly, kind, and accommodating. This is the best Northwest Indian fare in SF, highly recommended for food and service.

2
★★★★★

The mango lassi was delicious...not painfully sweet, but just sweet enough to be delicious...not to mention the fresh curds. The food was absolutely amazing from the dishes pulkas, right down to the achar. The owner is extremely friendly, kind, and accommodating. This is the best Northwest Indian fare in SF, highly recommended for food and service.

Pros: FOOD

Cons: NONE

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Not 10 minutes ago did I just finish stuffing myself silly at this fabulous restaurant.
The food was incredible. The samosa dough was tender, flaky and rich.
The mango nectar was flowing non-stop, and our host/waiter/chef was incredibly nice and jovial.
The cumin studded rice was soft and aromatic. The stewed mushrooms with peas was simple and satisfying, the cauliflower and potatoes creamy and flavorful. Every few minutes you could smell a fresh vaghar wafting through the dining room.
Expect a warm welcome and wonderful food from this hidden gem restaurant!
--Mark

2
★★★★★

Not 10 minutes ago did I just finish stuffing myself silly at this fabulous restaurant.
The food was incredible. The samosa dough was tender, flaky and rich.
The mango nectar was flowing non-stop, and our host/waiter/chef was incredibly nice and jovial.
The cumin studded rice was soft and aromatic. The stewed mushrooms with peas was simple and satisfying, the cauliflower and potatoes creamy and flavorful. Every few minutes you could smell a fresh vaghar wafting through the dining room.
Expect a warm welcome and wonderful food from this hidden gem restaurant!
--Mark

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Very good food, some of the best Indian food in the city! But... the guy talks a little too much and the ambiance has much to be desired. My first experience was as follows: My wife and I walked in off the street and were seated promptly. There were a few couples there already. In order to read the menu, our host turned the house lights on, shedding light on the menu but removing the little bit of atmosphere in the place - taking some of our seated neighbors by surprise... He took our order, turned out the main lights, and gave the disclaimer that if we didn't like it he would take it back. He meant it. The first 2 dishes came out nice and hot. He proceeded to feed my wife her first bite, scooping up with the spoon on the table a bite of dahl. The only thing missing was the Cho Cho sounds... We both felt a little uncomfortable, but were trying to be open to the new experience. He then went in for a follow up, and I said to him we could take it from here.

In summary, Great Food, but call ahead and order take out.

2
★★★★☆

Very good food, some of the best Indian food in the city! But... the guy talks a little too much and the ambiance has much to be desired. My first experience was as follows: My wife and I walked in off the street and were seated promptly. There were a few couples there already. In order to read the menu, our host turned the house lights on, shedding light on the menu but removing the little bit of atmosphere in the place - taking some of our seated neighbors by surprise... He took our order, turned out the main lights, and gave the disclaimer that if we didn't like it he would take it back. He meant it. The first 2 dishes came out nice and hot. He proceeded to feed my wife her first bite, scooping up with the spoon on the table a bite of dahl. The only thing missing was the Cho Cho sounds... We both felt a little uncomfortable, but were trying to be open to the new experience. He then went in for a follow up, and I said to him we could take it from here.

In summary, Great Food, but call ahead and order take out.

Pros: Amazing Food, Fresh Produce

Cons: Poor Lighting, A little too in your face service

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What an experience! From the outside you think one of two things: this is a hidden gem or this is the only time I'm comin' here. I'll tell you right now that this place is the rock of girbraltar as far as gem go! this is my awesome experience as tight as I can get it:
I sit, sip water and I think I taste mangoes. It must be in my head. I order; I decide to treat myself to some samosas---fresh taste of herbs and spices. You can taste each herb and each spice seperately. The owner is a treat. Very generous and very passionate about the food. He garauntees each item as you order. I think he may have been half the delight. My man meal has taken me to India. I make it a point to savor every bite so that if I were taken out by a bus after walking out of the door, I would die with no regrets.
the freshest tasting, homemade food I have ever eaten. Nothing is frozen. He doesn't even have a freezer at the restaurant! Name another like this. I challenge you.
Number one suggestion: Try the mango lassi!

2
★★★★★

What an experience! From the outside you think one of two things: this is a hidden gem or this is the only time I'm comin' here. I'll tell you right now that this place is the rock of girbraltar as far as gem go! this is my awesome experience as tight as I can get it:
I sit, sip water and I think I taste mangoes. It must be in my head. I order; I decide to treat myself to some samosas---fresh taste of herbs and spices. You can taste each herb and each spice seperately. The owner is a treat. Very generous and very passionate about the food. He garauntees each item as you order. I think he may have been half the delight. My man meal has taken me to India. I make it a point to savor every bite so that if I were taken out by a bus after walking out of the door, I would die with no regrets.
the freshest tasting, homemade food I have ever eaten. Nothing is frozen. He doesn't even have a freezer at the restaurant! Name another like this. I challenge you.
Number one suggestion: Try the mango lassi!

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I'm not vegetarian, but this was a place even a meat eater would enjoy. Especially, enjoyable if you love spicy food and cozy surroundings. My bf took me for my birthday and the host was so kind as to entertain us with jokes and told us how to really enjoy the food=eat with your hands. All the food was new to me, but I loved it. Gotta try that mango lassi...it was heaven!

2
★★★★★

I'm not vegetarian, but this was a place even a meat eater would enjoy. Especially, enjoyable if you love spicy food and cozy surroundings. My bf took me for my birthday and the host was so kind as to entertain us with jokes and told us how to really enjoy the food=eat with your hands. All the food was new to me, but I loved it. Gotta try that mango lassi...it was heaven!

Pros: quiet, cozy, and great service

Cons: parking

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My date and i had a wonderful time at New Ganges vegetarian near GG park the other day. it's next to the shivananda yoga center and across from the native plant nursery ( check out the plants growing next to the sidewalk across the street),the whole area has a pleasant vibe to it. And the food is very tasty, authentic and served with great care, humor, humility and pride. so sauce up your samosa, spice up your sag paneer and sip your mango lassi. best Indian vegetarian. highly recommended

2
★★★★★

My date and i had a wonderful time at New Ganges vegetarian near GG park the other day. it's next to the shivananda yoga center and across from the native plant nursery ( check out the plants growing next to the sidewalk across the street),the whole area has a pleasant vibe to it. And the food is very tasty, authentic and served with great care, humor, humility and pride. so sauce up your samosa, spice up your sag paneer and sip your mango lassi. best Indian vegetarian. highly recommended

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I have eaten here 2x and both times was really really knocked off my chair by the flavor of the food. I especially appreciate the epicurian tips from the Waiter/Owner who is a food specialist and taught me how to eat to maximize proper digestion and he taught us how to enjoy our food every bite of it, without rushing.. how to really eat like a epicurian should. The ART of EATING> He was very friendly and offered us impeccable service. He told us if we did not like the flavor of any dish, we can tell him and he will not charge us for it. He also would make vegan option dishes for my friend who didn't eat cheese but wanted the spinach dish.

Quaint, cozy, romantic, FUN experience, and the Samosas are so fresh and delicious. Having a friend with me who was Indian, and also an organic vegan, give it a 5 star rating proved that I was not the only person who could taste the difference between FRESH food and premade sauces. EVEN THE CHAI is fresh.. every cup is made fresh when you order it.

We had the vegetable dish and spinach dish. It was so light and airy and not overpowered by spices, we could taste every spice. By the way, THEY GRIND THEIR OWN SPICES DAILY SO ITS VERY FRESH AS WELL.

I have been to India 3 times and stayed there for a year, and have eating Indian food all over Los Angeles in Beverly Hills as well as India, and I really found the flavor of the food here to be quite a delicate balance of flavor and purity. I would even venture to say that I felt a higher vibration in the foods because after I ate it, and I did eat alot! i WAS SO full, but i wanted to keep eating because it was so good. However, afterward, I noticed I didn't feel like I had overate, instead i felt light.. the same feelign I get when I eat at Gourmet Raw Food restaurants like Cafe Gratitude.

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★★★★★

I have eaten here 2x and both times was really really knocked off my chair by the flavor of the food. I especially appreciate the epicurian tips from the Waiter/Owner who is a food specialist and taught me how to eat to maximize proper digestion and he taught us how to enjoy our food every bite of it, without rushing.. how to really eat like a epicurian should. The ART of EATING> He was very friendly and offered us impeccable service. He told us if we did not like the flavor of any dish, we can tell him and he will not charge us for it. He also would make vegan option dishes for my friend who didn't eat cheese but wanted the spinach dish.

Quaint, cozy, romantic, FUN experience, and the Samosas are so fresh and delicious. Having a friend with me who was Indian, and also an organic vegan, give it a 5 star rating proved that I was not the only person who could taste the difference between FRESH food and premade sauces. EVEN THE CHAI is fresh.. every cup is made fresh when you order it.

We had the vegetable dish and spinach dish. It was so light and airy and not overpowered by spices, we could taste every spice. By the way, THEY GRIND THEIR OWN SPICES DAILY SO ITS VERY FRESH AS WELL.

I have been to India 3 times and stayed there for a year, and have eating Indian food all over Los Angeles in Beverly Hills as well as India, and I really found the flavor of the food here to be quite a delicate balance of flavor and purity. I would even venture to say that I felt a higher vibration in the foods because after I ate it, and I did eat alot! i WAS SO full, but i wanted to keep eating because it was so good. However, afterward, I noticed I didn't feel like I had overate, instead i felt light.. the same feelign I get when I eat at Gourmet Raw Food restaurants like Cafe Gratitude.

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The food here was the worst Indian food I have ever had! I was in India for 6 months one time, and 6 months another, so I know a little about the subject... and this was just horrible. There was nothing subtle or interesting at all about the spicing - lots of cumin, and that is it. I have a feeling that the restaurant is writing its own good reviews, or that the people who are giving good reviews have just never had actual Indian food before... I was so hoping for a great Indian vegetarian restaurant in SF, but this is not it. I have given it a few chances, thinking I must have been there on a really "off" night, but each time it was so bad I couldn't eat most of it. And the waiter (owner?) was so annoying - he wouldn't leave us alone, and kept bragging about his awful food, like he was trying to convince us. And last time I was there the decor was nonexistent - there were NO decorations at all, just faded yellowish bare walls, and there were actually random things lying about everywhere. No effort to make the place pleasant. I won't give it another chance.

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★☆☆☆☆

The food here was the worst Indian food I have ever had! I was in India for 6 months one time, and 6 months another, so I know a little about the subject... and this was just horrible. There was nothing subtle or interesting at all about the spicing - lots of cumin, and that is it. I have a feeling that the restaurant is writing its own good reviews, or that the people who are giving good reviews have just never had actual Indian food before... I was so hoping for a great Indian vegetarian restaurant in SF, but this is not it. I have given it a few chances, thinking I must have been there on a really "off" night, but each time it was so bad I couldn't eat most of it. And the waiter (owner?) was so annoying - he wouldn't leave us alone, and kept bragging about his awful food, like he was trying to convince us. And last time I was there the decor was nonexistent - there were NO decorations at all, just faded yellowish bare walls, and there were actually random things lying about everywhere. No effort to make the place pleasant. I won't give it another chance.

Pros: none

Cons: bad food, annoying service, no decor at all

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There have been two defining moments in my life. The first was when I was born, and the second was when I tasted the food and basked in the service of New Ganges Restaurant. You will not find a freezer or refrigerator within a two mile radius of the place. The reason for this, of course, is that all of the food is exceptionally fresh. The vegetables taste as though they were harvested just before being placed in the restaurant's magical ovens. Speaking of which, I'm also pretty sure you will not find a chef within a two mile radius of the place either, because what appears to be a kitchen is actually the magical kingdom of culinary wizards. There are no words to describe the experience of eating their Bharta, but it makes the rest of life seem dull and trivial. Finally, the host and owner of New Ganges is probably a prophet. Not only did he watch over my friend and me, making sure that we were in ecstasy over his food, but he oversaw the designing and construction of each of our bites, guiding us with his expertise, and ensuring the quality of our experience. He rightfully takes great pride in New Ganges, and made us feel as though we were guests for dinner in his own home. He also has a great sense of humor, a warm and inviting charisma, and a wonderful smile.
I don't know much, but I do know that New Ganges is a superb restaurant. Every night that you don't have dinner there, you are robbing yourself of a wonderful evening.

2
★★★★★

There have been two defining moments in my life. The first was when I was born, and the second was when I tasted the food and basked in the service of New Ganges Restaurant. You will not find a freezer or refrigerator within a two mile radius of the place. The reason for this, of course, is that all of the food is exceptionally fresh. The vegetables taste as though they were harvested just before being placed in the restaurant's magical ovens. Speaking of which, I'm also pretty sure you will not find a chef within a two mile radius of the place either, because what appears to be a kitchen is actually the magical kingdom of culinary wizards. There are no words to describe the experience of eating their Bharta, but it makes the rest of life seem dull and trivial. Finally, the host and owner of New Ganges is probably a prophet. Not only did he watch over my friend and me, making sure that we were in ecstasy over his food, but he oversaw the designing and construction of each of our bites, guiding us with his expertise, and ensuring the quality of our experience. He rightfully takes great pride in New Ganges, and made us feel as though we were guests for dinner in his own home. He also has a great sense of humor, a warm and inviting charisma, and a wonderful smile.
I don't know much, but I do know that New Ganges is a superb restaurant. Every night that you don't have dinner there, you are robbing yourself of a wonderful evening.

Pros: You name it

Cons: I don't live in the restaurant

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I've been eating indian food my whole life, and have been to India numerous times. The food at New Ganges is made fresh, nothing is frozen and it tastes great. The service is also great, I've called a few times just a few minutes before closing time, and they were always able to make me what I wanted. My favorite item on the menu has to be the paneer pakoras, and I would highly recommend them to everyone.

2
★★★★★

I've been eating indian food my whole life, and have been to India numerous times. The food at New Ganges is made fresh, nothing is frozen and it tastes great. The service is also great, I've called a few times just a few minutes before closing time, and they were always able to make me what I wanted. My favorite item on the menu has to be the paneer pakoras, and I would highly recommend them to everyone.

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While my boyfriend and I were a little concerned that we were the only diners in the restaurant on a Friday night, we needn't have worried. The service was warm and friendly, and the food was delicious and fresh. The samosas were very spicy. The house specials were especially good. We brought our own wine with us, which wasn't an issue at all, and no corkage fee. Will definitely go back to New Ganges.

2
★★★★★

While my boyfriend and I were a little concerned that we were the only diners in the restaurant on a Friday night, we needn't have worried. The service was warm and friendly, and the food was delicious and fresh. The samosas were very spicy. The house specials were especially good. We brought our own wine with us, which wasn't an issue at all, and no corkage fee. Will definitely go back to New Ganges.

Pros: excellent food and service

Cons: parking

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AWFUL food, cold service, and the ambiance was chilling. i do not recommended this place to people who love true indian food.

0
★☆☆☆☆

AWFUL food, cold service, and the ambiance was chilling. i do not recommended this place to people who love true indian food.

Pros: nothing

Cons: everything

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Go to The New Ganges!!! The New Ganges restaurant is that rare combination of incredible food and unbridled ambiance. It's the best vegetarian Indian fare in town,offering up a tantalizing menu of the freshest ingredients humming with different spices and flavors. This family-run affair leaves you feeling as if you are eating in your best friend's home during a very exciting date. Check it out!

2
★★★★★

Go to The New Ganges!!! The New Ganges restaurant is that rare combination of incredible food and unbridled ambiance. It's the best vegetarian Indian fare in town,offering up a tantalizing menu of the freshest ingredients humming with different spices and flavors. This family-run affair leaves you feeling as if you are eating in your best friend's home during a very exciting date. Check it out!

Pros: Food, Ambience, Service

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I love to go there anytime I can to treat myself and my girlfriend with the delightful taste of fresh indien vegetables and spices. The family who owns the restaurant are great people, I support completely their business.....good job.

2
★★★★★

I love to go there anytime I can to treat myself and my girlfriend with the delightful taste of fresh indien vegetables and spices. The family who owns the restaurant are great people, I support completely their business.....good job.

Pros: great location , very romantic , good

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My wife and I stumbled into here one afternoon and we were immediately entranced. They have hands down the best okra in town, fresh, well spiced and not too oily. We sopped them up with delicious chappatis and topped them with some tasty carrot pickle and hot sauce.

Selina fell in love with the baked banana and the sweet owner even gave me a rose to give to her! We'll definitely be back!

-Zeke & Selina

2
★★★★★

My wife and I stumbled into here one afternoon and we were immediately entranced. They have hands down the best okra in town, fresh, well spiced and not too oily. We sopped them up with delicious chappatis and topped them with some tasty carrot pickle and hot sauce.

Selina fell in love with the baked banana and the sweet owner even gave me a rose to give to her! We'll definitely be back!

-Zeke & Selina

Pros: Fresh Produce, Fast Service

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wow! service is wonderfull and truly a fun and honest place!
the chef is an artist of taste! the samosas and mango drink is wonderfull!

2
★★★★★

wow! service is wonderfull and truly a fun and honest place!
the chef is an artist of taste! the samosas and mango drink is wonderfull!

Pros: service, food, taste

Cons: not open late, no delivery, nothing

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i went for lunch on a sunday. it was quiet in the restaurant. the owner was great! the food was wonderful. would definitely go back again. highly recommended! :)

2
★★★★★

i went for lunch on a sunday. it was quiet in the restaurant. the owner was great! the food was wonderful. would definitely go back again. highly recommended! :)

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The New Ganges Restaurant is a wonderful restaurant. The food is amazing and the prices are very affordable. Sarah is a vegan, and she loved the menu choices. Scott is a carnivore and he loved it too. Anyone who dines at the New Ganges must try their samosas. The owner is very friendly and very social.

2
★★★★★

The New Ganges Restaurant is a wonderful restaurant. The food is amazing and the prices are very affordable. Sarah is a vegan, and she loved the menu choices. Scott is a carnivore and he loved it too. Anyone who dines at the New Ganges must try their samosas. The owner is very friendly and very social.

Pros: Samosas, Menu, Owner

Cons: None

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Look, some people have complained that the owner is a little pushy. We thought him delightful. Of course he brags that his ingredients are all fresh. Well, they are. What's wrong with the owner being as well?

The point is this: The food at this restaurant is superb. It's basically fine Indian comfort food. In other words, the New Ganges offers excellent traditional Indian cooking. The pakora platter was fantastic. Everything else was great too. Except, that is, for the salad. Avoid that. But we don't come to Indian restaurants for salads now, do we? But you can't beat the price and quality here. I plan to return frequently.

2
★★★★★

Look, some people have complained that the owner is a little pushy. We thought him delightful. Of course he brags that his ingredients are all fresh. Well, they are. What's wrong with the owner being as well?

The point is this: The food at this restaurant is superb. It's basically fine Indian comfort food. In other words, the New Ganges offers excellent traditional Indian cooking. The pakora platter was fantastic. Everything else was great too. Except, that is, for the salad. Avoid that. But we don't come to Indian restaurants for salads now, do we? But you can't beat the price and quality here. I plan to return frequently.

Pros: Excellent pakoras, Fun, though pushy, ow, Superb chapatis

Cons: hard to park, small, a little rundown

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i cannot recall a more memorable experience while dining. i've gone a few times and each round is better. at first i was put off by the aggressive tactics of the owner but now i find him to be pleasant. they make their own yogurt and cheese and he will happily show you around the kitchen. new ganges is a wonderful experience and comes highly reocmmended.

2
★★★★★

i cannot recall a more memorable experience while dining. i've gone a few times and each round is better. at first i was put off by the aggressive tactics of the owner but now i find him to be pleasant. they make their own yogurt and cheese and he will happily show you around the kitchen. new ganges is a wonderful experience and comes highly reocmmended.

Pros: price, food quality, atmosphere

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The first time I went...the owners self-compliments and food suggestions were OK cause I was with 10 people. The second time the pushiness was a little much. The food was pretty good...but the owner doesn't give enough time to chew before attacking you with more recommendations or how great the dishes are. The owner even took a piece of a samosa and dipped it in both the chutney and mint sauces and fed it to my friend. He insisted the combination of the sauces was going to be out of this world. If anything...it was creepy; which is why we won't ever go back...no matter the quality of the food. Note to owner: stay behind the scenes and let people enjoy the food.

0
★☆☆☆☆

The first time I went...the owners self-compliments and food suggestions were OK cause I was with 10 people. The second time the pushiness was a little much. The food was pretty good...but the owner doesn't give enough time to chew before attacking you with more recommendations or how great the dishes are. The owner even took a piece of a samosa and dipped it in both the chutney and mint sauces and fed it to my friend. He insisted the combination of the sauces was going to be out of this world. If anything...it was creepy; which is why we won't ever go back...no matter the quality of the food. Note to owner: stay behind the scenes and let people enjoy the food.

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Mmm. This is my favorite San Fran Indian joint. Stumbled into it one evening, and loved it. The pickles are easily some of the best in all of CA, and I try them everywhere. Almost everything is quite tasty, especially for the price. I think that the Medium is quite mild, so you might want to go out on a limb and just order "Not Indian Hot." If you think that you don't like Indian desserts, you may want to try them here. At NG you are always encouraged to sample new things and eat with your fingers. Take an eating comrade with you and then commiserate that they don't deliver.

2
★★★★★

Mmm. This is my favorite San Fran Indian joint. Stumbled into it one evening, and loved it. The pickles are easily some of the best in all of CA, and I try them everywhere. Almost everything is quite tasty, especially for the price. I think that the Medium is quite mild, so you might want to go out on a limb and just order "Not Indian Hot." If you think that you don't like Indian desserts, you may want to try them here. At NG you are always encouraged to sample new things and eat with your fingers. Take an eating comrade with you and then commiserate that they don't deliver.

Pros: Pickles, Dessert, Sampling

Cons: Small Menu, No Delivery, Uninspired Specials

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We found New Ganges by accident 5 years ago and fell in love immediately, the owners welcomed us on a cold winter night with most gregarious hospitality and absolutely delicious vegetarian indian cuisine! We never forgot the experience, but as out-of-towners definitely forgot the directions to get there. Finally we moved to San Francisco and went searching. For the second round we enjoyed samosas, fresh chai, and perfectly cooked chana masala. Even better than the food is the cozy atmosphere and charming personal attention from the most wonderful husband and wife owners, who came to our table to explain each dish, offer tasty samples, and lastly, with a delivery of long stemmed red roses for each of us! What a delightful night, and most delicious meal!

2
★★★★★

We found New Ganges by accident 5 years ago and fell in love immediately, the owners welcomed us on a cold winter night with most gregarious hospitality and absolutely delicious vegetarian indian cuisine! We never forgot the experience, but as out-of-towners definitely forgot the directions to get there. Finally we moved to San Francisco and went searching. For the second round we enjoyed samosas, fresh chai, and perfectly cooked chana masala. Even better than the food is the cozy atmosphere and charming personal attention from the most wonderful husband and wife owners, who came to our table to explain each dish, offer tasty samples, and lastly, with a delivery of long stemmed red roses for each of us! What a delightful night, and most delicious meal!

Pros: food, service, location

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I luckily stumbled upon the New Ganges to find an amazing dinning experiance. The owner/waiter was dedicated to his craft of making delicious vegetarian food; he made sure I enjoyed my meal from the first bite to the last. The service was excellent and the food was creative, fresh, and tasty. I was suprised to hear that not one item is frozen, the establishent does not even have a freezer! If your looking for an amazing take on classic Indian dishes at reasonable prices you surely will not be dissapointed.

2
★★★★★

I luckily stumbled upon the New Ganges to find an amazing dinning experiance. The owner/waiter was dedicated to his craft of making delicious vegetarian food; he made sure I enjoyed my meal from the first bite to the last. The service was excellent and the food was creative, fresh, and tasty. I was suprised to hear that not one item is frozen, the establishent does not even have a freezer! If your looking for an amazing take on classic Indian dishes at reasonable prices you surely will not be dissapointed.

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When a friend recommended me this place, I went to check it out. It's a small little restaurant, very quaint. The owner/host/waiter was quite agressive, but I thinks that's because he believes in what he's doing. The bartha (eggplant) was quite enjoyable. I was impressed that the waterglass kept getting refilled without any prompting. The samosas were very fresh and delicious.

2
★★★★☆

When a friend recommended me this place, I went to check it out. It's a small little restaurant, very quaint. The owner/host/waiter was quite agressive, but I thinks that's because he believes in what he's doing. The bartha (eggplant) was quite enjoyable. I was impressed that the waterglass kept getting refilled without any prompting. The samosas were very fresh and delicious.

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I was the only customer on a Thursday afternoon, and the very attentive owner pulled my chair out, unfolded my napkin, ceremoniously fed me my first forkful of food, and took me back into the kitchen to sample the freshly made (and excellent) yogurt. My chickpea and spinach dish was excellent, as good as any I've had. The rice was perfectly cooked, the cucumber-yogurt salad complimented everything, and the chai was good.

A note about the ambience, but not to deter you -- the restaurant is tiny and has a kind of dive-y shabbiness, though the owners do their best to dress it up. I would normally have passed up a place that looks like this, but the quality of food and owner's hospitality more than made up for atmosphere. If you too are an ambience snob, get your food to go, but definitely check this place out.

2
★★★★☆

I was the only customer on a Thursday afternoon, and the very attentive owner pulled my chair out, unfolded my napkin, ceremoniously fed me my first forkful of food, and took me back into the kitchen to sample the freshly made (and excellent) yogurt. My chickpea and spinach dish was excellent, as good as any I've had. The rice was perfectly cooked, the cucumber-yogurt salad complimented everything, and the chai was good.

A note about the ambience, but not to deter you -- the restaurant is tiny and has a kind of dive-y shabbiness, though the owners do their best to dress it up. I would normally have passed up a place that looks like this, but the quality of food and owner's hospitality more than made up for atmosphere. If you too are an ambience snob, get your food to go, but definitely check this place out.

Pros: Quality of food, Hospitality, Great owners

Cons: Ambience

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for this place. I had read several positive reviews before trying this restaurant, and now I honestly don't know who could be clueless enough about Indian food to think the food here acceptable. There was more oil in the korma that I ordered than vegetable, disgusting! The naan was heavy even for naan-- this would be ok if it had some flavor. All the dishes we ordered we recommended by the owner so I don't think we misordered. Just another mediocre curry joint, not that SF needs another.

0
★☆☆☆☆

for this place. I had read several positive reviews before trying this restaurant, and now I honestly don't know who could be clueless enough about Indian food to think the food here acceptable. There was more oil in the korma that I ordered than vegetable, disgusting! The naan was heavy even for naan-- this would be ok if it had some flavor. All the dishes we ordered we recommended by the owner so I don't think we misordered. Just another mediocre curry joint, not that SF needs another.

Pros: quick seating

Cons: over fried food, pompous service

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New Ganges is in a little house on the corner across & beside no other restaurant or shop. The music comes from a stereo "box" from the 80s. The outlets are overloaded with plugs and there are hand-written signs for help in the window... The owner is also the waiter & he can be a little pushy with recs but I think it's because he wants you to try his favorites. Everything is SO cheap that it doesn't matter anyway. His wife cooks excellent food. The owner has taken me into the back to taste the homemade yogurt from the fridge. I had my birthday in the back with 15 friends and he bought me a cake and some flowers & balloons to make everything just right. We brought our own music and wine & had a grea time. Like eating in an Indian family's home.

2
★★★★★

New Ganges is in a little house on the corner across & beside no other restaurant or shop. The music comes from a stereo "box" from the 80s. The outlets are overloaded with plugs and there are hand-written signs for help in the window... The owner is also the waiter & he can be a little pushy with recs but I think it's because he wants you to try his favorites. Everything is SO cheap that it doesn't matter anyway. His wife cooks excellent food. The owner has taken me into the back to taste the homemade yogurt from the fridge. I had my birthday in the back with 15 friends and he bought me a cake and some flowers & balloons to make everything just right. We brought our own music and wine & had a grea time. Like eating in an Indian family's home.

Pros: Fresh food, Warm atmosphere, Homey experience

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I recently moved to San Francisco from New York, and came to New Ganges after seeing it ranked as one of the best veggie restaurants in the city on citysearch. I honestly do not know who was voting for this food. The eggplant bharta (my favorite dish) was bland, and I believe I can make lentils of a similar (if not better) quality in my own home. The people working in the restaurant were very nice and obviously enthusiastic about their work--if the quality of the food half matched the enthusiasm this place might be worth a visit.

0
★☆☆☆☆

I recently moved to San Francisco from New York, and came to New Ganges after seeing it ranked as one of the best veggie restaurants in the city on citysearch. I honestly do not know who was voting for this food. The eggplant bharta (my favorite dish) was bland, and I believe I can make lentils of a similar (if not better) quality in my own home. The people working in the restaurant were very nice and obviously enthusiastic about their work--if the quality of the food half matched the enthusiasm this place might be worth a visit.

Pros: quiet, enthusiastic owner

Cons: food, location

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A dining experience more than just a meal, New Ganges is a place I hate to leave. All food is served fresh from the kitchen, before which it was fresh from the market -- nothing frozen. All yogurt and cheese are home-made, making the lassis delectable, and the entrees have a richness of flavor and spice I've never had in Indian food before. The desserts are transcendent and absolutely merit leaving room. The service excels too: the host exudes a mélange of humility, warmth, and pride in his food. He will help show you four tastes for everything you order, and I've found him rather "forgetful" about putting items on your check. I have never missed chicken so little.

2
★★★★★

A dining experience more than just a meal, New Ganges is a place I hate to leave. All food is served fresh from the kitchen, before which it was fresh from the market -- nothing frozen. All yogurt and cheese are home-made, making the lassis delectable, and the entrees have a richness of flavor and spice I've never had in Indian food before. The desserts are transcendent and absolutely merit leaving room. The service excels too: the host exudes a mélange of humility, warmth, and pride in his food. He will help show you four tastes for everything you order, and I've found him rather "forgetful" about putting items on your check. I have never missed chicken so little.

Pros: Food & Drink, Service, Price

Cons: Furniture Comfort

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Everything from the wonderful service to the warm, inviting ambiance of the place, coupled with the amazing food and superb hospitality of the owners made the New Ganges one of my most memorable and favorite dining experiences. As a vegetarian and an Indian food lover, I could not have asked for a better meal!

2
★★★★★

Everything from the wonderful service to the warm, inviting ambiance of the place, coupled with the amazing food and superb hospitality of the owners made the New Ganges one of my most memorable and favorite dining experiences. As a vegetarian and an Indian food lover, I could not have asked for a better meal!

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Excellent food. By far the best North Indian food I've had in all of SF Bay Area. Nice small place feel. Highly recommended!

2
★★★★★

Excellent food. By far the best North Indian food I've had in all of SF Bay Area. Nice small place feel. Highly recommended!

Pros: Fresh Food

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I love Indian, so I was doubly dissapointed after a recent visit to New Ganges. On the plus side, the roti's were very good, obviously homemade (very hard to find in SF). You can definately find better veg. Indian at almost any place near Jones and Geary. In the two entrees (an eggplant dish and a spinach dish) the vegetables had a consistency of oversaturated paper towels. But what really set this restaurant apart was when the owner emerged from the kitchen to boast about his fresh ingredients and cooking awards AFTER we had been served our abysmal meal. It was too much.

1
★★☆☆☆

I love Indian, so I was doubly dissapointed after a recent visit to New Ganges. On the plus side, the roti's were very good, obviously homemade (very hard to find in SF). You can definately find better veg. Indian at almost any place near Jones and Geary. In the two entrees (an eggplant dish and a spinach dish) the vegetables had a consistency of oversaturated paper towels. But what really set this restaurant apart was when the owner emerged from the kitchen to boast about his fresh ingredients and cooking awards AFTER we had been served our abysmal meal. It was too much.

Pros: roti

Cons: subpar veg., service

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Well I don't really understand the people that wrote a bad review. I Love the food at the New Ganges Restaurant. The cook is such a sweet lady and I guess that's the reason the food is that good. My favorites: chana masala (tender chanas), pakoras, ras malai, kheer, sweet lassi.
If you don't mind being in a simple (not fancy) enviroment...Enjoy.

2
★★★★★

Well I don't really understand the people that wrote a bad review. I Love the food at the New Ganges Restaurant. The cook is such a sweet lady and I guess that's the reason the food is that good. My favorites: chana masala (tender chanas), pakoras, ras malai, kheer, sweet lassi.
If you don't mind being in a simple (not fancy) enviroment...Enjoy.

Pros: great food, good treatment, good price

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I used to live in India. Invariably, the finest restaurants there, which are quite good, would pale in comparison to the home-cooked meals. New Ganges Restaurant offers a standard of excellence in food rarely encountered outside an auntie's kitchen. In a city where all the Indian tastes basically the same though served with different plates, New Ganges stands alone. It is a gem.

2
★★★★★

I used to live in India. Invariably, the finest restaurants there, which are quite good, would pale in comparison to the home-cooked meals. New Ganges Restaurant offers a standard of excellence in food rarely encountered outside an auntie's kitchen. In a city where all the Indian tastes basically the same though served with different plates, New Ganges stands alone. It is a gem.

Pros: chapati, samosa, dessert

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If it wasn't for the lackluster entrees, this would be my pick for vegetarian Indian in SF. The appetisers were good. We tried the Samosas and they were homemade and very tasty. The dessert was also nice, a sort of a yam pudding that was creamy and sweet. Unfortunately, the entrees were really dissapointing. The Barta (sp?) was like the Exxon Valdez, and the Saag Paneer was very average. Still, this would be a good place for a snack or something sweet after dinner. Not a place for a date really, as I've seen some fast food places with more charm.

1
★★☆☆☆

If it wasn't for the lackluster entrees, this would be my pick for vegetarian Indian in SF. The appetisers were good. We tried the Samosas and they were homemade and very tasty. The dessert was also nice, a sort of a yam pudding that was creamy and sweet. Unfortunately, the entrees were really dissapointing. The Barta (sp?) was like the Exxon Valdez, and the Saag Paneer was very average. Still, this would be a good place for a snack or something sweet after dinner. Not a place for a date really, as I've seen some fast food places with more charm.

Pros: desert, appetisers

Cons: atmosphere, entrees

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