Panahar Bangladeshi Cuisine

★★★★★
  • 3375 Buford Hwy NE Ste 1060

    Atlanta, GA 30329

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  • 404-633-6655

About Panahar Bangladeshi Cuisine

Hours
Lunch: Tue - Sun, 11:30am - 2:30pm; Mon, closed. Dinner: Tue - Sun, 5:30pm - 10:30pm; Mon, closed

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Probably my favorite ever !

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★★★★★

Probably my favorite ever !

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While the food is nice at this restaurant the wait is totally unacceptable. We made reservations so they knew we were coming and it still took 3 hours to get served and an hour to just get some soup. The owner always tries to do your

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★★★★★

While the food is nice at this restaurant the wait is totally unacceptable. We made reservations so they knew we were coming and it still took 3 hours to get served and an hour to just get some soup. The owner always tries to do your

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I went to this restaurant for the lunch buffet and got there at about 2:05pm. The waiter immediately asked if it was 'to go', then pointed out what time it was and what time they closed. The restaurant closes at 2:30pm. I was turned off

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★★★★★

I went to this restaurant for the lunch buffet and got there at about 2:05pm. The waiter immediately asked if it was 'to go', then pointed out what time it was and what time they closed. The restaurant closes at 2:30pm. I was turned off

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Five of us went for dinner. We were the first one to arrive. There were a lot of waiters in Black (!!) uniform. The waiter was eager to order the food himself!!! The appetizers were OK. The food was so so. The taste was bland and needed more OOMPH. They do not serve liquor or wine. You can take it with no "corking fee"
Overall: We do not intend to go back there again.

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★☆☆☆☆

Five of us went for dinner. We were the first one to arrive. There were a lot of waiters in Black (!!) uniform. The waiter was eager to order the food himself!!! The appetizers were OK. The food was so so. The taste was bland and needed more OOMPH. They do not serve liquor or wine. You can take it with no "corking fee"
Overall: We do not intend to go back there again.

Pros: Attentive service

Cons: so so food

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This restaurant is small (about 14 tables) and the decor is simple. There were 4 wait staff rushing about inefficiently to serve everyone. The food smelled good, but it just didn't have that POW that I love about good Indian food. It was too much creamy-gravy and not enough spice. Maybe this is suitable for a non-Indian clientele. I didn't see one Indian family eating in the restaurant when I went... normally not a good sign in my opinion. Still, if you are new to Indian food, it may be worth a try. I thought it was "just ok" and I wouldn't make a point of going back.

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★★★☆☆

This restaurant is small (about 14 tables) and the decor is simple. There were 4 wait staff rushing about inefficiently to serve everyone. The food smelled good, but it just didn't have that POW that I love about good Indian food. It was too much creamy-gravy and not enough spice. Maybe this is suitable for a non-Indian clientele. I didn't see one Indian family eating in the restaurant when I went... normally not a good sign in my opinion. Still, if you are new to Indian food, it may be worth a try. I thought it was "just ok" and I wouldn't make a point of going back.

Pros: Smells good when you walk in

Cons: Seems tailored to non-Indians

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From the moment you walk into Panahar, you are treated like a treasured guest. The waiters enthusiastically explain all items on the menu and make recommendations (which all proved to be excellent choices.) They do not offer alcohol for sale but you are welcome to BYOB which they will happily uncork (for free) and serve you. (A nice plus not having to pay $10 for a glass of wine like at so many other places.)
As I mentioned, the food was excellent. (I'm new to Bangladeshi & Indian food, so whether or not it was authentic, I can't say, but it was delicious.)
Prices are very reasonable -- my friend and I had appetizers, 2 main courses, an order of special rice and bread, and 2 desserts (one of which was on the house) all for $32!!!! I'll definitely be back soon.

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★★★★★

From the moment you walk into Panahar, you are treated like a treasured guest. The waiters enthusiastically explain all items on the menu and make recommendations (which all proved to be excellent choices.) They do not offer alcohol for sale but you are welcome to BYOB which they will happily uncork (for free) and serve you. (A nice plus not having to pay $10 for a glass of wine like at so many other places.)
As I mentioned, the food was excellent. (I'm new to Bangladeshi & Indian food, so whether or not it was authentic, I can't say, but it was delicious.)
Prices are very reasonable -- my friend and I had appetizers, 2 main courses, an order of special rice and bread, and 2 desserts (one of which was on the house) all for $32!!!! I'll definitely be back soon.

Pros: Food, service, BYOB

Cons: tacky 1970's ambience, but, hey, it's part of the charm

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Great food. Lunch is a buffet and very well-priced. Dinner is off the menu and you should take your server's advice. Mirza, the owner, is very accommodating and friendly. It's also BYOB.

5
★★★★★

Great food. Lunch is a buffet and very well-priced. Dinner is off the menu and you should take your server's advice. Mirza, the owner, is very accommodating and friendly. It's also BYOB.

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Panahar is the best! We love to go. The food is always spot on and the service. The recommendations are always great. Be sure to try the lunch buffet too. It is also byob with no corkage fee.

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★★★★★

Panahar is the best! We love to go. The food is always spot on and the service. The recommendations are always great. Be sure to try the lunch buffet too. It is also byob with no corkage fee.

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I really enjoy dining at this restaurant, however over the numerous times I've been the service is consistently sloooww! That may be a positive -- perhaps if it's a date night when you'd prefer to not be rushed -- but I've learned that if I go it'll be a minimum of an hour and a half before I'm out the door.

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★★★★☆

I really enjoy dining at this restaurant, however over the numerous times I've been the service is consistently sloooww! That may be a positive -- perhaps if it's a date night when you'd prefer to not be rushed -- but I've learned that if I go it'll be a minimum of an hour and a half before I'm out the door.

Pros: Delicious food, BYOB

Cons: Sloooww service

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I love Panahar. The food is always so tasty and fresh. I highly recommend trying the daal soup. I have never had anything like it anywhere else, and it is one of the tastiest soups I have ever had. The service is very good -- efficient and friendly, and they will help you make a decision if you are a newcomer to Bangladeshi cuisine.

Tip -- call ahead to make sure they are open. They also run a catering component, and will sometimes be closed during listed open hours, which can be a disappointment when you arrive. Also, try the lunch buffet for a good sampling of Bangladeshi food.

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★★★★★

I love Panahar. The food is always so tasty and fresh. I highly recommend trying the daal soup. I have never had anything like it anywhere else, and it is one of the tastiest soups I have ever had. The service is very good -- efficient and friendly, and they will help you make a decision if you are a newcomer to Bangladeshi cuisine.

Tip -- call ahead to make sure they are open. They also run a catering component, and will sometimes be closed during listed open hours, which can be a disappointment when you arrive. Also, try the lunch buffet for a good sampling of Bangladeshi food.

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First of all I would like to say that the place is not bad. Food is average to decent. Some dishes might be better. But I wouldn't go gaga over the editorial review. I really never liked any editorial reviews or ratings based on critiques being invited to taste their food. If you've invited a guest to your house wouldn't you keep your house tidy and clean, cook nice food? So if a food critique is invited to a restaurant, he/she will be treated with utmost care and the best quality food will be served. As a result a very positive review. But is it the case when you go to a restaurant on any given day? Food critiques should always go unannounced. Before writing a review let me state that I?m an Indian. I like to explore different cuisines. I have tried all sorts of regional cuisines in India and international cuisines here in US & UK.
I have read all the 57 reviews written so far. If you observe closely, users with Indian names didn't like it very much. But western reviewers have maximum praise for the owner. And it happened with me also. One reviewer raised this point. If you are from the Indian subcontinent you'll treated in a different way. We are used to this kind of "Hospitality". But if you happen to be a westerner then it might seem to be very polite overtly caring and genuinely inviting. After being received in such a way you might not like to complain about anything. Just ignore it. The hospitality makes the food taste better !! Yes it?s true. It's one of the inherent philosophies in the subcontinent. The owner was explaining me about the menu and there came some American guests. Drop everything !!! He ran towards them and offered them quick service. It happened twice during my stay.
Bottom line is food is average there. But if you are a westerner; because of the "Hospitality" you might like the food. Hence so many good reviews from westerners. But very few good reviews from Indians.

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★★★☆☆

First of all I would like to say that the place is not bad. Food is average to decent. Some dishes might be better. But I wouldn't go gaga over the editorial review. I really never liked any editorial reviews or ratings based on critiques being invited to taste their food. If you've invited a guest to your house wouldn't you keep your house tidy and clean, cook nice food? So if a food critique is invited to a restaurant, he/she will be treated with utmost care and the best quality food will be served. As a result a very positive review. But is it the case when you go to a restaurant on any given day? Food critiques should always go unannounced. Before writing a review let me state that I?m an Indian. I like to explore different cuisines. I have tried all sorts of regional cuisines in India and international cuisines here in US & UK.
I have read all the 57 reviews written so far. If you observe closely, users with Indian names didn't like it very much. But western reviewers have maximum praise for the owner. And it happened with me also. One reviewer raised this point. If you are from the Indian subcontinent you'll treated in a different way. We are used to this kind of "Hospitality". But if you happen to be a westerner then it might seem to be very polite overtly caring and genuinely inviting. After being received in such a way you might not like to complain about anything. Just ignore it. The hospitality makes the food taste better !! Yes it?s true. It's one of the inherent philosophies in the subcontinent. The owner was explaining me about the menu and there came some American guests. Drop everything !!! He ran towards them and offered them quick service. It happened twice during my stay.
Bottom line is food is average there. But if you are a westerner; because of the "Hospitality" you might like the food. Hence so many good reviews from westerners. But very few good reviews from Indians.

Pros: Price

Cons: Different skin color leads to different service

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We recently started our own quest: to find the best indian restaurant in Atlanta for us. This is our second one and it was good. The ambiance, the cleanliness, the bringing your own wine/beer. As appetizers we ordered some Halim (the grounded lentil soup with herbs and spices) and it was outstanding... the touch of lime was genius! and the Chicken Shingaara (deep fried chicken-potato dumpling) and they were very good and flavorful. As main dishes we ordered: Lamb/Shrimp/Chicken Biriyani (rice with all those goodies inside) with a side order of Raita (yogurt sauce with black pepper and tiny pieces of cucumber and carrots. This dish was superb. The rice was so flavorful! It was spicy, but in a perfect balance. The yogurt sauce on top of the rice gave it another layer of flavor and creaminess. I would recommend it .

The second dish was Shrimp Bhoona Maang-sho (shrimp in a sauce of onions, tomatoes, and bell peppers) and a side order of white rice with peas inside. I think I made a mistake with this dish... I was expecting it to be hot and spicy, but it was not. No spicy at all. When I asked the manager, he told me that it comes with 'zero' chile peppers, but that if I would have requested it with a "+1" then it would have been spicy, a "+2" would have been even hotter, etc. I found that the shrimp sauce needed a bit of salt, but maybe it was part of my disappointment with the no chile on it... I did not finish my dish (the portions are huge) and I am going to try to improve on the salt/spice to see how different it becomes.

The manager of the night (Mirza) was very gentle and kind... but beware, he is an excellent seller... if we let him we would have purchase food for 12 instead of two...

We would go back to this restaurant.

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★★★☆☆

We recently started our own quest: to find the best indian restaurant in Atlanta for us. This is our second one and it was good. The ambiance, the cleanliness, the bringing your own wine/beer. As appetizers we ordered some Halim (the grounded lentil soup with herbs and spices) and it was outstanding... the touch of lime was genius! and the Chicken Shingaara (deep fried chicken-potato dumpling) and they were very good and flavorful. As main dishes we ordered: Lamb/Shrimp/Chicken Biriyani (rice with all those goodies inside) with a side order of Raita (yogurt sauce with black pepper and tiny pieces of cucumber and carrots. This dish was superb. The rice was so flavorful! It was spicy, but in a perfect balance. The yogurt sauce on top of the rice gave it another layer of flavor and creaminess. I would recommend it .

The second dish was Shrimp Bhoona Maang-sho (shrimp in a sauce of onions, tomatoes, and bell peppers) and a side order of white rice with peas inside. I think I made a mistake with this dish... I was expecting it to be hot and spicy, but it was not. No spicy at all. When I asked the manager, he told me that it comes with 'zero' chile peppers, but that if I would have requested it with a "+1" then it would have been spicy, a "+2" would have been even hotter, etc. I found that the shrimp sauce needed a bit of salt, but maybe it was part of my disappointment with the no chile on it... I did not finish my dish (the portions are huge) and I am going to try to improve on the salt/spice to see how different it becomes.

The manager of the night (Mirza) was very gentle and kind... but beware, he is an excellent seller... if we let him we would have purchase food for 12 instead of two...

We would go back to this restaurant.

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I visited this place after reading good reviews. My suggestion would be, if you are from any country in the Indian sub-continent this place is not for you. To be precise, you could probably cook better food yourself. Another thing I have noticed is you would be treated slightly differant from your fellow American customers. It is sad, but a fact.

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★★☆☆☆

I visited this place after reading good reviews. My suggestion would be, if you are from any country in the Indian sub-continent this place is not for you. To be precise, you could probably cook better food yourself. Another thing I have noticed is you would be treated slightly differant from your fellow American customers. It is sad, but a fact.

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This is the best food you can get in Atlanta for such a great place. I've been there about 15 times, and every time I go....it's the best.
The dhaang shaag dish is soooo yummy, as well as the vindaloo.
I went with another person and we ordered 2 appetizers, 2 entrees, bread, rice, and mango chutney...all for $30 bucks!!!

I send everyone to Panahar

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★★★★★

This is the best food you can get in Atlanta for such a great place. I've been there about 15 times, and every time I go....it's the best.
The dhaang shaag dish is soooo yummy, as well as the vindaloo.
I went with another person and we ordered 2 appetizers, 2 entrees, bread, rice, and mango chutney...all for $30 bucks!!!

I send everyone to Panahar

Pros: Food, Service, BYOB

Cons: Nothing

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this food is like HOME COOKING. this is as good as bengali/bangladeshi food gets. and the buffet is a steal. I suggest people ask for the lamb dish made with green mangoes that is off the menu, it is so good. the saag and veg items are also on point.

2
★★★★★

this food is like HOME COOKING. this is as good as bengali/bangladeshi food gets. and the buffet is a steal. I suggest people ask for the lamb dish made with green mangoes that is off the menu, it is so good. the saag and veg items are also on point.

Pros: food, price, service

Cons: none

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Food is fantastic - fresh, authentic and well-prepared. The warm nan bread goes with everything - come hungry and you won't be disappointed. Great service, great value.

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★★★★★

Food is fantastic - fresh, authentic and well-prepared. The warm nan bread goes with everything - come hungry and you won't be disappointed. Great service, great value.

Pros: Authentic cuisine

Cons: Could use more plate clearers at peak times

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There is no Indian restaurant that does not have a 4 / 4.5 star review. Pl be careful. We are an unethical breed of people and inflate our ratings. Least realising that all indian restaurants end up being 4.5 on 5. Pl use word of mouth and personal discretion to visit all of these restaurants.

I wish health and happiness in yr experimentation with food.

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★☆☆☆☆

There is no Indian restaurant that does not have a 4 / 4.5 star review. Pl be careful. We are an unethical breed of people and inflate our ratings. Least realising that all indian restaurants end up being 4.5 on 5. Pl use word of mouth and personal discretion to visit all of these restaurants.

I wish health and happiness in yr experimentation with food.

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My girlfriend and I went for dinner last night and the owner greeted us and told us that there was no alcohol served there, but there was no uncorking fee. He also helped my girlfriend choose a dish by asking her what she liked and didn't like. She ended up ordering something that wasn't on the menu at his suggestion, saying that the best things were not on the menu. She enjoyed her meal of spinach and garbanzo beans, and my Tandoori lamb was great as well.

My only minor issue with the restaurant was that they charge for small things that most other places include with an entree or appetizer, such as naan or the raita garnish, though I guess it makes sense to not have to pay for them in the price of the meal if they are not wanted.

Also, if it is your first trip there, you receive a coupon good for 25% off any future dinners for the next two months, which was nice.

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★★★★☆

My girlfriend and I went for dinner last night and the owner greeted us and told us that there was no alcohol served there, but there was no uncorking fee. He also helped my girlfriend choose a dish by asking her what she liked and didn't like. She ended up ordering something that wasn't on the menu at his suggestion, saying that the best things were not on the menu. She enjoyed her meal of spinach and garbanzo beans, and my Tandoori lamb was great as well.

My only minor issue with the restaurant was that they charge for small things that most other places include with an entree or appetizer, such as naan or the raita garnish, though I guess it makes sense to not have to pay for them in the price of the meal if they are not wanted.

Also, if it is your first trip there, you receive a coupon good for 25% off any future dinners for the next two months, which was nice.

Pros: Food, Service

Cons: Nickel and diming on small items

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This is a very good restaurant. We usually get the Chicken Tikka Marsala and a Lamb dish and it never disappoints. They do not have a liquor license, so remember to BYOB. The service can be slow which does effect the stars given.

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★★★★☆

This is a very good restaurant. We usually get the Chicken Tikka Marsala and a Lamb dish and it never disappoints. They do not have a liquor license, so remember to BYOB. The service can be slow which does effect the stars given.

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We just got back from an awesome dinner at Panahar. We got there at around 8pm on a Saturday night and it was pretty busy, but not packed and we were seated in just a couple of minutes. Our waiter was very friendly, and the owner, Mirza, was very attentive. He really wants everything to be impeccable, and to get to know you and make you feel welcome.

We started off by sharing the shrimp appetizer (shrimp poori) and it was scrumptios! It was probably the best appetizer I've had in my entire time in Atlanta (3 years). It had 4 large shrimp and sauteed vegetables and you wrap it in their special poofy bread. It had such great flavors.

Then we shared beef Dhaan-shaag ($11) and chicken Shaag Maang-sho ($10). They Dhaan-shaag was my favorite. I loved the flavors. It was a recommendation of our waiter and I was sketchy about it since it doesn't have any vegetables in it and it's described as sweet and sour and spicy, but it was really tasty.

And the fact that you can BRING YOUR OWN ALCOHOL and there's no corkage fee is so nice on the wallet. We brought a bottle of wine, and the people next to us brought beer, which they put in a cold fridge in the back for them and brought it out as needed.

I do have to agree with some of the previous reviews that the service is slow, but it's slow like it is in Europe - a really nice, relaxing atmosphere where you get to enjoy the time with the people you're with, drink your wine, and let your food settle before the next course comes. This definitely wouldn't be the place to go if you're in a hurry. Although I would imagine their takeout is quick.

We will be going back for sure. This is one of our favorite finds in Atlanta!

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★★★★★

We just got back from an awesome dinner at Panahar. We got there at around 8pm on a Saturday night and it was pretty busy, but not packed and we were seated in just a couple of minutes. Our waiter was very friendly, and the owner, Mirza, was very attentive. He really wants everything to be impeccable, and to get to know you and make you feel welcome.

We started off by sharing the shrimp appetizer (shrimp poori) and it was scrumptios! It was probably the best appetizer I've had in my entire time in Atlanta (3 years). It had 4 large shrimp and sauteed vegetables and you wrap it in their special poofy bread. It had such great flavors.

Then we shared beef Dhaan-shaag ($11) and chicken Shaag Maang-sho ($10). They Dhaan-shaag was my favorite. I loved the flavors. It was a recommendation of our waiter and I was sketchy about it since it doesn't have any vegetables in it and it's described as sweet and sour and spicy, but it was really tasty.

And the fact that you can BRING YOUR OWN ALCOHOL and there's no corkage fee is so nice on the wallet. We brought a bottle of wine, and the people next to us brought beer, which they put in a cold fridge in the back for them and brought it out as needed.

I do have to agree with some of the previous reviews that the service is slow, but it's slow like it is in Europe - a really nice, relaxing atmosphere where you get to enjoy the time with the people you're with, drink your wine, and let your food settle before the next course comes. This definitely wouldn't be the place to go if you're in a hurry. Although I would imagine their takeout is quick.

We will be going back for sure. This is one of our favorite finds in Atlanta!

Pros: Excellent Food, Parking, Really nice owner & staff

Cons: None!

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My husband and I found Panahar's on City Search and were not disappointed! The service is warm and friendly and the food is delicious. What a plus that we can bring in our own favorite wine! We have always gone during dinner time but today I took a friend to the lunch buffet. The prices are extremely fair and the food was well seasoned, hot(temperature), and there was a good selection for the money. We will definitely continue eating at this outstanding establishment and we will bring our friends.

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★★★★★

My husband and I found Panahar's on City Search and were not disappointed! The service is warm and friendly and the food is delicious. What a plus that we can bring in our own favorite wine! We have always gone during dinner time but today I took a friend to the lunch buffet. The prices are extremely fair and the food was well seasoned, hot(temperature), and there was a good selection for the money. We will definitely continue eating at this outstanding establishment and we will bring our friends.

Pros: Excellent Food

Cons: Weekends sometimes there will be a wait, but it's worth the wait!

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If you are looking for a dining experience where you feel like you are the personal guest of the restaurant owner in his own home, with amazing food and unbeatable customer service, then Panahar is the place for you. Don't let the location fool you! Tucked into a strip mall on Buford Highway this place is easily one of the best dining experiences we have had in Atlanta.

On a recent Tuesday evening we were greeted at the door by the owner who introduced himself and took the opportunity to learn our names while showing us to a cozy booth. He walked us through the menu and helped us to choose the best options based on what we like and don't like, although I can't imagine that ANYTHING at this place wouldn't taste amazing.

Don't forget to bring your own Beer or Wine with you! This place is BYOB, which means you can choose your favorite and bring it with you with NO CORKING FEE! Although this is popular in a lot of other cities, you can't find that here in Atlanta! No overspending on beer and wine with your meal for something that may not be exactly what you like!

We will be back time and time again for this awesome Indian food -- some of the best we have had down here in Atlanta served in a relaxing, homestyle atmosphere with unbeatable customer service. Go!

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★★★★★

If you are looking for a dining experience where you feel like you are the personal guest of the restaurant owner in his own home, with amazing food and unbeatable customer service, then Panahar is the place for you. Don't let the location fool you! Tucked into a strip mall on Buford Highway this place is easily one of the best dining experiences we have had in Atlanta.

On a recent Tuesday evening we were greeted at the door by the owner who introduced himself and took the opportunity to learn our names while showing us to a cozy booth. He walked us through the menu and helped us to choose the best options based on what we like and don't like, although I can't imagine that ANYTHING at this place wouldn't taste amazing.

Don't forget to bring your own Beer or Wine with you! This place is BYOB, which means you can choose your favorite and bring it with you with NO CORKING FEE! Although this is popular in a lot of other cities, you can't find that here in Atlanta! No overspending on beer and wine with your meal for something that may not be exactly what you like!

We will be back time and time again for this awesome Indian food -- some of the best we have had down here in Atlanta served in a relaxing, homestyle atmosphere with unbeatable customer service. Go!

Pros: Service, Parking, Prices

Cons: Can get busy on weekends

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This is one of the best restaurants in Atlanta. The service is amazing. The food is delicious. I have been to Panahar several times and I have never been disappointed. I have not tried the lunch buffet, but the dinner menu is incredible. I am a vegetarian and there are tons of veggie options. The waitstaff always offers helpful suggestions and often makes me dishes that are not on the menu. This place is especially great for a group of friends who want to have good conversation (the place is quiet), drink good wine (your own!), and eat good food that is inexpensive. Give the dinner menu a try!

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★★★★★

This is one of the best restaurants in Atlanta. The service is amazing. The food is delicious. I have been to Panahar several times and I have never been disappointed. I have not tried the lunch buffet, but the dinner menu is incredible. I am a vegetarian and there are tons of veggie options. The waitstaff always offers helpful suggestions and often makes me dishes that are not on the menu. This place is especially great for a group of friends who want to have good conversation (the place is quiet), drink good wine (your own!), and eat good food that is inexpensive. Give the dinner menu a try!

Pros: Inexpensive and delicious food; BYOB; service

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I saw the reviews for this place here and went for the lunch buffet and it was a huge disappointment. Most of the food was cold and there is no variety for a lunch menu. Only two kinds of meat and both were undercooked and cold. Even the dessert was a disappointment. Big thumbs down from me. None of the dishes any kind of spices that would be assosciated with a South Indian dish.

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★☆☆☆☆

I saw the reviews for this place here and went for the lunch buffet and it was a huge disappointment. Most of the food was cold and there is no variety for a lunch menu. Only two kinds of meat and both were undercooked and cold. Even the dessert was a disappointment. Big thumbs down from me. None of the dishes any kind of spices that would be assosciated with a South Indian dish.

Pros: Location

Cons: The main ingredient: FOOD

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I've been to the buffet a few times and its good for the price. I'd prefer if they had more items but its convenient and usually not crowded when I go.

It is BYOB but I usually get carry out. The wait is a little while but worth it. Try the appetizers, chicken Korma, and the Nan.

So good and for a very good price. My only suggestion for the restaurant is to give more meat.

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★★★★☆

I've been to the buffet a few times and its good for the price. I'd prefer if they had more items but its convenient and usually not crowded when I go.

It is BYOB but I usually get carry out. The wait is a little while but worth it. Try the appetizers, chicken Korma, and the Nan.

So good and for a very good price. My only suggestion for the restaurant is to give more meat.

Pros: Good tasting and good price

Cons: More meat in carryout items and buffet descriptions.

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So, my husband, mother, 2yr old daughter and I decide to check out the lunch buffet. That way we can try out a lot of the dishes. I was expecting so much with the incredible reviews. My mom turns to me and says for me to come to LA some time and she will take me to a much better place. My husband remarks how it's the smallest "buffet" he's seen. The place we used to eat at in Charlotte, NC was much larger and actually had signs telling you what you were eating... PLUS tasted MUCH better. Sorry, folks... but maybe it was the day I came, or maybe it was the because we were eating the buffet, but I don't see what the hype is over. Anyway, after the tiny buffet with only two meats on it, average food, my husband goes to pay and we were CHARGED FOR A TWO YEAR OLD!!! 4 bucks! Then the guy says that *****normally they charge FULL PRICE for anybody not in a high chair**** Look, there is NO sign anywhere saying that even toddlers are charged for. So folks, just be forewarned that your little one who barely eats may be charged FULL ADULT buffet price,unless of course the guy cuts you a "favor" and only charges "half-price". Most places don't even charge for a 2 year old's buffet, let alone 4 bucks to full-price! The food wasn't even all that. Bottom line: We are still looking for *the* indian restaurant in metro Atlanta and more than likely won't be eating at Panahar again.

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★★★☆☆

So, my husband, mother, 2yr old daughter and I decide to check out the lunch buffet. That way we can try out a lot of the dishes. I was expecting so much with the incredible reviews. My mom turns to me and says for me to come to LA some time and she will take me to a much better place. My husband remarks how it's the smallest "buffet" he's seen. The place we used to eat at in Charlotte, NC was much larger and actually had signs telling you what you were eating... PLUS tasted MUCH better. Sorry, folks... but maybe it was the day I came, or maybe it was the because we were eating the buffet, but I don't see what the hype is over. Anyway, after the tiny buffet with only two meats on it, average food, my husband goes to pay and we were CHARGED FOR A TWO YEAR OLD!!! 4 bucks! Then the guy says that *****normally they charge FULL PRICE for anybody not in a high chair**** Look, there is NO sign anywhere saying that even toddlers are charged for. So folks, just be forewarned that your little one who barely eats may be charged FULL ADULT buffet price,unless of course the guy cuts you a "favor" and only charges "half-price". Most places don't even charge for a 2 year old's buffet, let alone 4 bucks to full-price! The food wasn't even all that. Bottom line: We are still looking for *the* indian restaurant in metro Atlanta and more than likely won't be eating at Panahar again.

Pros: Has a buffet, gives a free buffet coupon for first-timers

Cons: May charge 2 year olds full buffet price, food only so-so, curry chicken not moist

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Dining at Panahar was a fantastic experience! It is a little hard to find (in a stripmall near the Goodwill), but once you get there you will love it. Our waiter was very attentive, made thoughtful and delicious recommendations (the specialty catfsh is incredible), and the food is very inexpensive. Definitely try Panahar!

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★★★★★

Dining at Panahar was a fantastic experience! It is a little hard to find (in a stripmall near the Goodwill), but once you get there you will love it. Our waiter was very attentive, made thoughtful and delicious recommendations (the specialty catfsh is incredible), and the food is very inexpensive. Definitely try Panahar!

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If you or your parents are from the Indian subcontinent or ANYWHERE in South Asia (or just know authentic when you taste it) DO NOT GO HERE!!! I had to doctor my food with what was available in the pantry. The food tasted like they were missing an essential ingredient: (some peppers, cumin, curry powders, etc). Stay away if you know real Indian/Bangladeshi food.

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★☆☆☆☆

If you or your parents are from the Indian subcontinent or ANYWHERE in South Asia (or just know authentic when you taste it) DO NOT GO HERE!!! I had to doctor my food with what was available in the pantry. The food tasted like they were missing an essential ingredient: (some peppers, cumin, curry powders, etc). Stay away if you know real Indian/Bangladeshi food.

Pros: Nothing

Cons: Not authentic food, watered-down

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BYOB, NO CORKAGE FEE! They are pleased to accomodate to you in that regard.

We found the food to be as good as we've ever had, and even without the magic coupon, we ate like kings and our bill only came to $37 dollars, tax included. At the close of your first meal, you receive a coupon giving you 25% off for the next month and a half, no matter how many friends come with you.

But about the food: layers of complex flavors and consummate preparation. The raita is great and the perfect counterpoint, the onion naan is chewy and freshly baked, the special rice with peas and raisins is particularly good. We drink unsweetened drinks, and I frankly tire of ordering unsweet tea and Diet Coke ad nauseum. They have a spiced iced tea that makes your tastebuds sing!

Others have written about the decor, and my opinion was, considering the delicious food and the very warm and pleasing service, it just never occurred to me. Indian food is the star here, and it needs no other accoutrements.

If you like Indian food, you will love Panahar.

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★★★★★

BYOB, NO CORKAGE FEE! They are pleased to accomodate to you in that regard.

We found the food to be as good as we've ever had, and even without the magic coupon, we ate like kings and our bill only came to $37 dollars, tax included. At the close of your first meal, you receive a coupon giving you 25% off for the next month and a half, no matter how many friends come with you.

But about the food: layers of complex flavors and consummate preparation. The raita is great and the perfect counterpoint, the onion naan is chewy and freshly baked, the special rice with peas and raisins is particularly good. We drink unsweetened drinks, and I frankly tire of ordering unsweet tea and Diet Coke ad nauseum. They have a spiced iced tea that makes your tastebuds sing!

Others have written about the decor, and my opinion was, considering the delicious food and the very warm and pleasing service, it just never occurred to me. Indian food is the star here, and it needs no other accoutrements.

If you like Indian food, you will love Panahar.

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small restaurant, but big on taste and service. the hostess placed my napkin in my lap, the waiter offered friendly suggestions of soup and spice level of food, and the owner (mirza) took the time to shake our hands. we ordered chicken tikka masala, saag paneer, plain naan, mango chutney, and spiced iced tea. EVERYTHING was wonderful! they were very busy, but found time to be friendly when they were at our table. mirza even gave us a gift certificate for our next visit! and the hostess held the door as we left while the staff said goodbye and thank you. we have just moved here from Kansas City and were struggling to find good restaurants that we cannot wait to go back to--we are searching no more.

2
★★★★★

small restaurant, but big on taste and service. the hostess placed my napkin in my lap, the waiter offered friendly suggestions of soup and spice level of food, and the owner (mirza) took the time to shake our hands. we ordered chicken tikka masala, saag paneer, plain naan, mango chutney, and spiced iced tea. EVERYTHING was wonderful! they were very busy, but found time to be friendly when they were at our table. mirza even gave us a gift certificate for our next visit! and the hostess held the door as we left while the staff said goodbye and thank you. we have just moved here from Kansas City and were struggling to find good restaurants that we cannot wait to go back to--we are searching no more.

Pros: excellent taste, price, and service

Cons: small and needs updated

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SURPRISE: Food Network sent a crew of 10 to film a "Best Of Atlanta" segment on Panahar while we were there. No idea who the host was, but there were 15 takes of him lurching up to the door and waving his arms excitedly about the food. In my world, a segment from Food Network a signal that this is a gem of a place! Not why we went there...not why I gave it a good review...simply a nice thing to have happen to a great little Indian restaurant.

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My family (wife and 2.5 year old) checked out Panahar this past weekend on a "let's go out for good Indian food" craving. Citysearch had Panahar at the top of the list; so why not start there?

The place itself is not going to win you any awards. Clean and funky interior decorating, yes. It is located in a very unspectacular part of a strip-mall with no Taj-Mahal like appointments. We were OK with that since we really were looking for a great food / reasonable price / casual atmosphere kind of a place.

The owner met us at the door and made the three of us feel immediately comfortable. He highly recommended the cheese nan for my 2.5 year old daughter and it was a big winner for a fussy eater. The food itself rivaled some of the most expensive Indian places we have been to in the US. Their lentil soup was spicy and flavorful. The three main dishes - lamb korma, chicken makhani and palag (something) spinich and cheese - were exceptional dishes. The nan was just right and make sure to get the cheese nan for any kids at the table.

PLUS: Really great food, good prices, comfortable place, sincerely nice owner, validated by Food Network. We are going to be back for certain.

NEGATIVES: Do not expect fast service since the owner likes to give everyone personal attention. The atmosphere is very casual and may not appeal to anyone who likes to pay for atmosphere. Arrive early - we sat down at 5:45 and beat the Saturday PM rush, but the late arrivals were not so lucky.

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★★★★★

SURPRISE: Food Network sent a crew of 10 to film a "Best Of Atlanta" segment on Panahar while we were there. No idea who the host was, but there were 15 takes of him lurching up to the door and waving his arms excitedly about the food. In my world, a segment from Food Network a signal that this is a gem of a place! Not why we went there...not why I gave it a good review...simply a nice thing to have happen to a great little Indian restaurant.

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My family (wife and 2.5 year old) checked out Panahar this past weekend on a "let's go out for good Indian food" craving. Citysearch had Panahar at the top of the list; so why not start there?

The place itself is not going to win you any awards. Clean and funky interior decorating, yes. It is located in a very unspectacular part of a strip-mall with no Taj-Mahal like appointments. We were OK with that since we really were looking for a great food / reasonable price / casual atmosphere kind of a place.

The owner met us at the door and made the three of us feel immediately comfortable. He highly recommended the cheese nan for my 2.5 year old daughter and it was a big winner for a fussy eater. The food itself rivaled some of the most expensive Indian places we have been to in the US. Their lentil soup was spicy and flavorful. The three main dishes - lamb korma, chicken makhani and palag (something) spinich and cheese - were exceptional dishes. The nan was just right and make sure to get the cheese nan for any kids at the table.

PLUS: Really great food, good prices, comfortable place, sincerely nice owner, validated by Food Network. We are going to be back for certain.

NEGATIVES: Do not expect fast service since the owner likes to give everyone personal attention. The atmosphere is very casual and may not appeal to anyone who likes to pay for atmosphere. Arrive early - we sat down at 5:45 and beat the Saturday PM rush, but the late arrivals were not so lucky.

Pros: Exceptional Indian food, casual atmosphere, great for kids

Cons: Atmosphere and strip-mall location might turn some people off

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Panahar offers great service and food at reasonable prices. The owner, Mirza, is friendly and offers lots of menu suggestions for first-timers. He and his staff were also very attentive, which we thought was a really nice touch. The food is not quite as spicy as standard Indian food, but the Mixed Tandoori platter was delicious and the Lamb Korma was the best we had ever had. We mentioned that the raita was a bit too sweet, and Mirza not only took it off our bill, but also did not charge us for our rice and dessert, a delicious mango ice cream. We'll definitely be back!

2
★★★★★

Panahar offers great service and food at reasonable prices. The owner, Mirza, is friendly and offers lots of menu suggestions for first-timers. He and his staff were also very attentive, which we thought was a really nice touch. The food is not quite as spicy as standard Indian food, but the Mixed Tandoori platter was delicious and the Lamb Korma was the best we had ever had. We mentioned that the raita was a bit too sweet, and Mirza not only took it off our bill, but also did not charge us for our rice and dessert, a delicious mango ice cream. We'll definitely be back!

Pros: Food, service, plentiful parking (Northeast Plaza Shopping Center)

Cons: None!

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One of the best indian restaurants i have ever been to. Service was incredible and very inviting, make sure you ask about the specials offered each night they are very different and better then some of th usual indian style food on the menu

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★★★★★

One of the best indian restaurants i have ever been to. Service was incredible and very inviting, make sure you ask about the specials offered each night they are very different and better then some of th usual indian style food on the menu

Pros: great food, service and a very cute restaurant

Cons: very warm inside wear light clothes

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When I lived in New England I had some of the same dining experiences: great indian/bangladeshi food & byob. Ahhh. What a combo, brings back good memories. I didn't think I could find the same quality food in Atlanta, but I did and I'm so delighted. The service is phenomenal and the food is equally delicious. You really must try this place. And they give you a very special treat if you are a first time customer.

2
★★★★★

When I lived in New England I had some of the same dining experiences: great indian/bangladeshi food & byob. Ahhh. What a combo, brings back good memories. I didn't think I could find the same quality food in Atlanta, but I did and I'm so delighted. The service is phenomenal and the food is equally delicious. You really must try this place. And they give you a very special treat if you are a first time customer.

Pros: Tastier, lighter version of Indian Food, byob.

Cons: If you don't land yourself one of the more cozy booths by the window, you might catch yourself starring at your reflection in one of their walls of mirrors.

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The food here is the THE BEST Indian/Bangladeshi food that we have had in Atlanta, and we've been around to block so to speak. Mizra and his staff provide excellent, friendly service and NO CORKING FEE so bring your beer with you (alcohol is not for sale inside). Panahar will become a staple of our dining out options in Atlanta.

2
★★★★★

The food here is the THE BEST Indian/Bangladeshi food that we have had in Atlanta, and we've been around to block so to speak. Mizra and his staff provide excellent, friendly service and NO CORKING FEE so bring your beer with you (alcohol is not for sale inside). Panahar will become a staple of our dining out options in Atlanta.

Pros: Awesome Food, Great Service, No corking fee

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IT WAS A VERY SUMPTOUS MEAL. THE FOOD WAS EXCELLENT. THERE WERE A WAITER THAT IS REALLY NICE AND VERY DELIGENT WAITER. HIS NAME WAS RABIUL HE IS THE YOUNGEST WAITER. HE MADE ME AND MY WIFE FEEL LIKE HOME. THERE WERE ALSO MIRZA THAT WERE VERY NICE. I HAD A VERY EXCELLENT MEAL. I REALLY RECOMMED THIS EXCELLENT RESTAURANT.

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★★★★★

IT WAS A VERY SUMPTOUS MEAL. THE FOOD WAS EXCELLENT. THERE WERE A WAITER THAT IS REALLY NICE AND VERY DELIGENT WAITER. HIS NAME WAS RABIUL HE IS THE YOUNGEST WAITER. HE MADE ME AND MY WIFE FEEL LIKE HOME. THERE WERE ALSO MIRZA THAT WERE VERY NICE. I HAD A VERY EXCELLENT MEAL. I REALLY RECOMMED THIS EXCELLENT RESTAURANT.

Pros: SERVICE, FOOD, VALUE

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I thought I was just going to grab some quick cheep indian food with two friends of mine and we all were pleasently suprised. We were wined and dined by the very friendly and entertaining owner and had some very good indian food too. We ended up staying there for two hours and enjoyed every minute of it.

I am not much of a food critic and this is the first time I have ever made a review on a restaurant. But I had such a great time that I thought it was my duty to report it. I agree with many of the other reviewers that the mango chutney is absolutely fabulous.

Drink reccomendation: Mango Lassee. It is a nice smoothie like drink with manjo juice and yougurt. Very good.

2
★★★★★

I thought I was just going to grab some quick cheep indian food with two friends of mine and we all were pleasently suprised. We were wined and dined by the very friendly and entertaining owner and had some very good indian food too. We ended up staying there for two hours and enjoyed every minute of it.

I am not much of a food critic and this is the first time I have ever made a review on a restaurant. But I had such a great time that I thought it was my duty to report it. I agree with many of the other reviewers that the mango chutney is absolutely fabulous.

Drink reccomendation: Mango Lassee. It is a nice smoothie like drink with manjo juice and yougurt. Very good.

Pros: Best service in town., Mango Chutney, Parking easy

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This is one of my favorite places to eat in Atlanta. I've been going here for many years and the food has always been delicious. Well-prepared, veg*n friendly, great service, and lovely sarees hanging everywhere. The special holiday menus never fail to please, and be sure to get the haleem soup (special dish, ask for it) - it's one of my favorite things to eat EVER. The mulligitawny is darn tasty too. When I say 'great service', you must understand that the kind of service you get here is what you would expect from a restaurant that charges 3x what they do here. The owner is friendly and charming as well.

2
★★★★★

This is one of my favorite places to eat in Atlanta. I've been going here for many years and the food has always been delicious. Well-prepared, veg*n friendly, great service, and lovely sarees hanging everywhere. The special holiday menus never fail to please, and be sure to get the haleem soup (special dish, ask for it) - it's one of my favorite things to eat EVER. The mulligitawny is darn tasty too. When I say 'great service', you must understand that the kind of service you get here is what you would expect from a restaurant that charges 3x what they do here. The owner is friendly and charming as well.

Pros: veg friendly, food, service

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We went to Panahar based on the user reviews on Citysearch, in search of Indian food that would not leave us sick the next day. It very much was exactly as described in all the reviews, and it was delicious. We took Mirza's suggestions on a few items and were very pleased. The only slight disappointments were the price (order 3 dishes and it starts adding up!) and the service. We each ordered a meat dish, shared a vegetable dish, and had appetizers and naan for $40. Next time I think we'll share 1 meat, 1 vegetable, and no appetizer to make the one-$ range. Service was slow only because it was so busy and they were understaffed with waiters.

2
★★★★★

We went to Panahar based on the user reviews on Citysearch, in search of Indian food that would not leave us sick the next day. It very much was exactly as described in all the reviews, and it was delicious. We took Mirza's suggestions on a few items and were very pleased. The only slight disappointments were the price (order 3 dishes and it starts adding up!) and the service. We each ordered a meat dish, shared a vegetable dish, and had appetizers and naan for $40. Next time I think we'll share 1 meat, 1 vegetable, and no appetizer to make the one-$ range. Service was slow only because it was so busy and they were understaffed with waiters.

Pros: Food is wonderful

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The food is awesome. The service is the best. The prices are neither high nor low, but the quality of food you get is worth for the kind of money you spend. There are certain dishes that you won't be able to find in any other restaurants in Atalnta. The first time I went there, I did a carry out. They gave me a 10% discout and gave me a 25% discount card that can be used as many times as I want until it expires.

5
★★★★★

The food is awesome. The service is the best. The prices are neither high nor low, but the quality of food you get is worth for the kind of money you spend. There are certain dishes that you won't be able to find in any other restaurants in Atalnta. The first time I went there, I did a carry out. They gave me a 10% discout and gave me a 25% discount card that can be used as many times as I want until it expires.

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I had dinner at Panahar tonight with a couple friends. We couldn't have had a better experience. The service was amazing, I felt as if I were being welcomed into someone's home. We ordered several of the specials that Mirza recommended and loved all of them. The food was just perfectly prepared. He even brought us a bottle of champagne on the house since it was our first visit! When you go, remember to BYOB-there is no corking fee!

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★★★★★

I had dinner at Panahar tonight with a couple friends. We couldn't have had a better experience. The service was amazing, I felt as if I were being welcomed into someone's home. We ordered several of the specials that Mirza recommended and loved all of them. The food was just perfectly prepared. He even brought us a bottle of champagne on the house since it was our first visit! When you go, remember to BYOB-there is no corking fee!

Pros: Great food, Amazing Service, BYOB

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Food was deliscious, owner was really nice, and the service was perfect. Definitely going again!

2
★★★★★

Food was deliscious, owner was really nice, and the service was perfect. Definitely going again!

Pros: Food, Cheap, Good Parking

Cons: None!

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This place is amazing. The service is great, the owner is extremely involved and is always there to provide suggestions and little "extras" that you simply will not find other places. The first time we went there, the owner actually gave my boyfriend and I a coupon for 25% off good for an unlimited number of times in November, and you can be sure we appreciated that! The only thing that I could even complain about it is the last two times we've been there, there always seem to be exceptionally loud people who don't know how to use "indoor voices," which has more or less spoiled an otherwise perfect ambiance. Otherwise, this place is amazing, and I can't imagine a better place in Atlanta.

2
★★★★★

This place is amazing. The service is great, the owner is extremely involved and is always there to provide suggestions and little "extras" that you simply will not find other places. The first time we went there, the owner actually gave my boyfriend and I a coupon for 25% off good for an unlimited number of times in November, and you can be sure we appreciated that! The only thing that I could even complain about it is the last two times we've been there, there always seem to be exceptionally loud people who don't know how to use "indoor voices," which has more or less spoiled an otherwise perfect ambiance. Otherwise, this place is amazing, and I can't imagine a better place in Atlanta.

Pros: friendly owner, great service, fantastic food

Cons: none

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This restaurant is great. My fiance and I try to go once a week when we are in town. We have tried alot of the entrees and have yet to find anything we don't love. Also if you don't know what to order the owner Mirza is fantastic. He will just start bringing you out different courses, each one better than the last. What a great little find!

2
★★★★★

This restaurant is great. My fiance and I try to go once a week when we are in town. We have tried alot of the entrees and have yet to find anything we don't love. Also if you don't know what to order the owner Mirza is fantastic. He will just start bringing you out different courses, each one better than the last. What a great little find!

Pros: Food, Service, Value

Cons: None

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What a great place! What can i say about Panahar that is good? Well, there isn't enough room on this page to do all that. Great Food, Great Service, bottom line excellent value. The food was absolutely wonderful. My wife took me there for my birthday. Atlanta's best kept secret. You can even bring your own beverage and they will serve it to you! We will be going back very soon.

2
★★★★★

What a great place! What can i say about Panahar that is good? Well, there isn't enough room on this page to do all that. Great Food, Great Service, bottom line excellent value. The food was absolutely wonderful. My wife took me there for my birthday. Atlanta's best kept secret. You can even bring your own beverage and they will serve it to you! We will be going back very soon.

Pros: food, service, friendliness

Cons: none!

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My family love Indian food. We have eaten almost all the Indian restaurants here in Atlanta. This restaurant is No.1 in terms of quality of food, freshness of ingredients, and service. If you like Indian curry, you must go to this one. We tried from appetizer to dessert and loved every dish!

2
★★★★★

My family love Indian food. We have eaten almost all the Indian restaurants here in Atlanta. This restaurant is No.1 in terms of quality of food, freshness of ingredients, and service. If you like Indian curry, you must go to this one. We tried from appetizer to dessert and loved every dish!

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my friend and i tried this place for the very first time. i was truly impressed. the service was good and the food was exceptional. not only did all of the prices include tax, BUT you could also bring your own BOOZE and they would serve it to you w/o charging a corkage fee or a serving fee for it. i totally suggest this place for anyone! you won't be disappointed.

2
★★★★★

my friend and i tried this place for the very first time. i was truly impressed. the service was good and the food was exceptional. not only did all of the prices include tax, BUT you could also bring your own BOOZE and they would serve it to you w/o charging a corkage fee or a serving fee for it. i totally suggest this place for anyone! you won't be disappointed.

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My wife and I are working our way down the list of all of the top 10 Indian food places in Atlanta. So far Panahar is our favorite. Mirza, the owner, was very nice and made perfect recommendations. The service here is outstanding by any measure. We loved the ambience of the place. The food was wonderful. We will return to Panahar often. In fact our mothers are visiting from out of state in a couple of weeks and this is where we plan to take them out to eat.

2
★★★★★

My wife and I are working our way down the list of all of the top 10 Indian food places in Atlanta. So far Panahar is our favorite. Mirza, the owner, was very nice and made perfect recommendations. The service here is outstanding by any measure. We loved the ambience of the place. The food was wonderful. We will return to Panahar often. In fact our mothers are visiting from out of state in a couple of weeks and this is where we plan to take them out to eat.

Pros: service, food, location

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Excellent, very rich flavor. The quality of the dishes was excellent. Warm service; the owner is inquiring without being intrusive. We had the special biryani and the lamb shaag maang sho and naan and left stuffed. The raita and aamer achaar condiments were really flavorful; the raita went well with the biryani. Overall a wonderful time and we will definitely be back.

2
★★★★★

Excellent, very rich flavor. The quality of the dishes was excellent. Warm service; the owner is inquiring without being intrusive. We had the special biryani and the lamb shaag maang sho and naan and left stuffed. The raita and aamer achaar condiments were really flavorful; the raita went well with the biryani. Overall a wonderful time and we will definitely be back.

Pros: food, service, good value

Cons: strip mall location

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The superfriendly owner will make you feel at ease. The cuisine is excellent. We went with a large group and we got a prix-fixe meal that was perfect. A little hard to find, but well worth the trip.

2
★★★★★

The superfriendly owner will make you feel at ease. The cuisine is excellent. We went with a large group and we got a prix-fixe meal that was perfect. A little hard to find, but well worth the trip.

Pros: food

Cons: location

 

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