Breads of India

★★★☆☆
  • 1358 N Main St

    Walnut Creek, CA 94596

    Cross street: at Duncan

    Map & Directions
  • 925-256-7684

About Breads of India

Hours
Open Thursday, lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., dinner from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Closed Mondays.

Food

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We came here for a birthday lunch celebration, and to put it bluntly, we'll never go back. The menu was lacking in choices, and what we ultimately did order was lacking in flavor (think curry from a cardboard box). As someone who's eaten plenty of Indian food (I'm Indian), there was nothing authentic about this food, nor did it make sense that the menu was not meant to be eaten family style. The ambiance was mediocre at best. Lastly, when our bill was brought out, there was no itemized list of items or prices. There was only a total cost with two spaces for an add-on tip and total. The price seemed a bit high for 5 people so I requested the itemized bill, which the manager wrote up over the course of the next 5 minutes while standing behind his desk! When we finally got it, we could see that they had already including gratuity for 5 people! Any unsuspecting patron could easily have overpaid by adding extra tip. Bad food, poor menu choices, and a bill bordering on thievery makes for a bad birthday outing (fortunately good company saved the day). My advice is to save your hard earned 'bread' and eat elsewhere!

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★☆☆☆☆

We came here for a birthday lunch celebration, and to put it bluntly, we'll never go back. The menu was lacking in choices, and what we ultimately did order was lacking in flavor (think curry from a cardboard box). As someone who's eaten plenty of Indian food (I'm Indian), there was nothing authentic about this food, nor did it make sense that the menu was not meant to be eaten family style. The ambiance was mediocre at best. Lastly, when our bill was brought out, there was no itemized list of items or prices. There was only a total cost with two spaces for an add-on tip and total. The price seemed a bit high for 5 people so I requested the itemized bill, which the manager wrote up over the course of the next 5 minutes while standing behind his desk! When we finally got it, we could see that they had already including gratuity for 5 people! Any unsuspecting patron could easily have overpaid by adding extra tip. Bad food, poor menu choices, and a bill bordering on thievery makes for a bad birthday outing (fortunately good company saved the day). My advice is to save your hard earned 'bread' and eat elsewhere!

Pros: Umm...

Cons: Taste, cost, menu... Need I say more?

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This is an offshoot of the original Berkeley restaurant, and has a similar menu. Breads of India is known for using high quality ingredients and free-range chicken, which is just wonderful since my family tries to eat healthy

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★★★★★

This is an offshoot of the original Berkeley restaurant, and has a similar menu. Breads of India is known for using high quality ingredients and free-range chicken, which is just wonderful since my family tries to eat healthy

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While waiting for my watch to be repaired, I walked across the street and found this nice Indian cuisine restaurant for lunch. The ambiance was nice and inviting. The staff greeted me as I came in the door. I haven't eaten at many Indian restaurants but the beef kabobs here were very tasty with the right combination of spices. The roti bread is always my favorite with the good dipping sauce to go with it. The price for lunch was reasonable and was a good size since all I remember was I left full. If you are open to a little spice and curry in your meal, you should stop by Breads of India.

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While waiting for my watch to be repaired, I walked across the street and found this nice Indian cuisine restaurant for lunch. The ambiance was nice and inviting. The staff greeted me as I came in the door. I haven't eaten at many Indian restaurants but the beef kabobs here were very tasty with the right combination of spices. The roti bread is always my favorite with the good dipping sauce to go with it. The price for lunch was reasonable and was a good size since all I remember was I left full. If you are open to a little spice and curry in your meal, you should stop by Breads of India.

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Chef-owner Rohit Singh took a cue from his Berkeley spot, branching out to other East Bay locales with added improvements. However, the classic and regional Indian cuisine remains, with fresh, seasonal ingredients. Over 170 varieties of…

 

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