Tandoori Nites opened very recently and it is easily the best Indian restaurant in Lomita. It is located in a very nice area on Narbonne. Rich, tasty food, provided by the former head chef of Red Fort. Definitely one to look out for.
I've used Lucas Plumbing several times and I won't hesitate to recommend them to anybody else. They are very fast, reliable and very affordable. If you need them fast, they will be there for you. They will bill you rather than accept payment on the spot which I find very convenient. They accept Paypal as well.
Bombay Grocery is a small mom and pop grocery store located behind a Pizza Hut, it is on PCH right by Oak. It has been open for a year and a half. I am so grateful that somebody tipped me off to this place.
They have an all you can eat Indian lunch buffet for five dollars. I have never come across a lunch buffet that cheap. And the food is great. Veggie curries with several condiments. Customer service is superb and the family that run this place are so happy and friendly.
I can't believe this place exists, I hope this review triggers off an exodus to this place.
This Indian restaurant was recently taken over by new management. The standard of customer service has improved greatly but unfortunately the quality of the food has slipped. The food is rather mediocre and unauthentic. Plus they have raised the prices to the point that I feel it is just too expensive to dine here, even with the coupons that are in the local magazines.
Sorry, I cannot recommend Kabab Curry any more. Reviewers are better off dining at nearby Addi's Tandoori, Red Fort and Angara instead.
Anarkali Halal Restaurant was, up until fairly recently, known as the Green Leaf Supermarket. They still have a small supply of groceries at the back but they are leaning more towards the hot food side.
Don't let the informality of this place put you off. Take a bench seat near the big screen television rather than a table by the kitchen and the counter. One of the guys turned on a Pakistani channel while I was there.
The food here is so cheap! Two decent sized pieces of Garlic Naan bread for $1.49. I ordered the Chana Masala and it was really nice. They even provided a salad as part of the meal.
Pros: very cheap, decent sized portions. The food turns up very fast. This place is probably better for the meat eaters as Pakistani cuisine leans heavily towards meat. They have lunch and dinner specials. Good customer service. This place is good for the takeout crowd.
I love the food here, the hot food is very cheap and the store is an Aladdin's cave of Indian/Pakistani/Sri Lankan groceries. The hot food is very similar to India Sweets & Snacks on Hawthorne but the selection of groceries is way superior.
All Indian Sweets & Snacks is a very small cafe style place in a strip mall on Hawthorne Blvd. Don't let it's size and location put you off: it's great if you are looking for a quick Indian lunch or dinner but don't want a buffet or to sit down for a large meal.
The hot food is very nice! I went for the combo lunch special and got three vegetable curries, rice, yogurt, soft poppadom, with extras such as a vegetable samosa and a mango lassi. There are two large tables in the place and they soon became very full. Everybody sits together in a very communal way and conversation flows between people.
One of the things I noticed is that this place attracts many Indians, and that is a great endorsement .
I've noticed that the other two reviews seems to concentrate on the snacks and sweets side of thing. I say, go for the hot food and let the Indian ex-pats buy the sweets and groceries.
Customer service is excellent. One of the guys from the now defunct Punjab Indian Cuisine on PCH no
The food is very nice and the servers go out of their way to make your dining experience very pleasurable.
Alcohol is not served here but the server offered to buy some at a nearby liquor store and serve it to us.
I would love to try the lunch buffet. Located on the PCH opposite all the car dealerships.
This place is one of the best Indian restaurants in the Torrance area. Yes, it may be a little hard to find if you are not familiar with the area but this place is well worth looking out for.
The food is amazing, when you are reading the menu you are spoiled for choice. They cater very well to vegetarians. The customer service is outstanding. The decor is cosy and intimate and would be great for a romantic meal.
One of my beefs about Indian food is that some chefs "dumb down" their food to appeal to American palates. Not so with this place. The food is full of flavor.
I've started going here on a very regular basis as a result.