Angon On The Sixth

★★★☆☆
  • 320 E 6th St

    New York, NY 10003

    Cross street: nr. Second Ave.

    Map & Directions
  • 212-260-8229

About Angon On The Sixth

Hours
Tue-Thu, noon-11:30pm; Fri-Sun, 12:30pm-midnight; Mon, closed

Food

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We went there summer of 2009. Aside from one other table, we were the only ones there.
Right away we were bombarded with the manager/owner who just plainly did not know how to shut up. The food was aweful except for the soup which was actually really good and fresh. Everything else while cheap was still overpriced for what was served. A few tiny pieces of overcooked meat covered in stale uncooked onions - and that was the entree.
It feels like this place has given up as is.

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★☆☆☆☆

We went there summer of 2009. Aside from one other table, we were the only ones there.
Right away we were bombarded with the manager/owner who just plainly did not know how to shut up. The food was aweful except for the soup which was actually really good and fresh. Everything else while cheap was still overpriced for what was served. A few tiny pieces of overcooked meat covered in stale uncooked onions - and that was the entree.
It feels like this place has given up as is.

Pros: mulligatawny soup

Cons: all else

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I don't know where to start. Angon on the Sixth is total mess. The food itself while not horrible cannot be classified as even decent. Entree portions, like the Chicken Tikka Masala, are tiny. Though this is not really a bad thing considering the quality of the food. Its the service however that really torpedoes this place.

The owner/manager does not know how to run a restaurant. We were forced to hear his constant carping at his waiters for the duration of our stay. Keep in mind that myself and my wife were seated all the way in the front of this joint and the owner/manager was located all the way in the back.

In addition, we ordered the wrong Lassi by mistake and ended up having to request a different kind. Amazingly, for the next 40 minutes or so we kept on overhearing conversations among the wait staff and from the owner/manager about how we did not order properly! I must mention that some of our waiters were polite and for the most part, competent.

Its no surprise that Angon was totally empty on a Saturday night. Please do not believe all the darling reviews written about this place. They are simply not true. Avoid at all costs.

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★☆☆☆☆

I don't know where to start. Angon on the Sixth is total mess. The food itself while not horrible cannot be classified as even decent. Entree portions, like the Chicken Tikka Masala, are tiny. Though this is not really a bad thing considering the quality of the food. Its the service however that really torpedoes this place.

The owner/manager does not know how to run a restaurant. We were forced to hear his constant carping at his waiters for the duration of our stay. Keep in mind that myself and my wife were seated all the way in the front of this joint and the owner/manager was located all the way in the back.

In addition, we ordered the wrong Lassi by mistake and ended up having to request a different kind. Amazingly, for the next 40 minutes or so we kept on overhearing conversations among the wait staff and from the owner/manager about how we did not order properly! I must mention that some of our waiters were polite and for the most part, competent.

Its no surprise that Angon was totally empty on a Saturday night. Please do not believe all the darling reviews written about this place. They are simply not true. Avoid at all costs.

Pros: none

Cons: too many

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My boyfriend and I decided to head down to 6th street one Saturday late afternoon to wander around looking for a good/cute Indian place to have a late lunch/early dinner. Angon was the cutest on the block so we peeked in and were immediately welcomed, but not in an annoying, overzealous way. There were only a few other people there since it was only 4:30 (we're not even seniors) but it was still very cozy. the service was excellent and our server and the manager explained the various dishes and showed us the tandoor oven since Indian cuisine was pretty new to us. We were impressed by the food, service and ambience and will definitely go back when it's a little busier. Also would be a good place for a group.

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★★★★☆

My boyfriend and I decided to head down to 6th street one Saturday late afternoon to wander around looking for a good/cute Indian place to have a late lunch/early dinner. Angon was the cutest on the block so we peeked in and were immediately welcomed, but not in an annoying, overzealous way. There were only a few other people there since it was only 4:30 (we're not even seniors) but it was still very cozy. the service was excellent and our server and the manager explained the various dishes and showed us the tandoor oven since Indian cuisine was pretty new to us. We were impressed by the food, service and ambience and will definitely go back when it's a little busier. Also would be a good place for a group.

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We head about Angon and decided to try it out. Unfortunately, by NYC standards, this place belongs somewhere like MD. The food was tastless and the wine was flat. The Biriani had no flavor and the service was subpar.

The one good thing was the appetizer and naan but for the price, you would be better off going elsewhere. With app, Biriani, an entree and a bottle of wine, it came to 90.00. That doesn't seem bad but when it tastes like a 6.00 bottle of wine and bad take out, you don't leave happy.

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★★☆☆☆

We head about Angon and decided to try it out. Unfortunately, by NYC standards, this place belongs somewhere like MD. The food was tastless and the wine was flat. The Biriani had no flavor and the service was subpar.

The one good thing was the appetizer and naan but for the price, you would be better off going elsewhere. With app, Biriani, an entree and a bottle of wine, it came to 90.00. That doesn't seem bad but when it tastes like a 6.00 bottle of wine and bad take out, you don't leave happy.

Pros: Ambiance is cute

Cons: Food

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Had a late lunch there two days ago with my boyfriend. We ordered the samosa and then the vegetable pakora for appetizers. And the Kashmiri chicken and malai kofta and naan for the main course. Delicious!! I have never had tastier malai kofta - good enough to melt in the mouth!! And the portions were huge! After stuffing ourselves silly we still had enough for a second meal.

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★★★★★

Had a late lunch there two days ago with my boyfriend. We ordered the samosa and then the vegetable pakora for appetizers. And the Kashmiri chicken and malai kofta and naan for the main course. Delicious!! I have never had tastier malai kofta - good enough to melt in the mouth!! And the portions were huge! After stuffing ourselves silly we still had enough for a second meal.

Pros: Great food, Tasteful decor

Cons: Service a bit slow

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Adorable restaurant. Pleasant ambiance and wonderful aromas fill this roomy restaurant. Tables are not butting up against each other, food is superb. Lamb is tender and all dishes are seasoned well. Authentic Indian dishes from a cheerfully family owned restaurant.

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★★★★★

Adorable restaurant. Pleasant ambiance and wonderful aromas fill this roomy restaurant. Tables are not butting up against each other, food is superb. Lamb is tender and all dishes are seasoned well. Authentic Indian dishes from a cheerfully family owned restaurant.

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Best Indian food in town. Great service and food!
Definately will return.

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★★★★★

Best Indian food in town. Great service and food!
Definately will return.

 

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