What a great find for a visitor of Lakeland!! Authentic music on the background, super friendly and professional staff, reasonable prices, and delicious food! Sauces are fantastic OMG. What I also loved were the spices! Just right amount in every meal to taste all the variety! Noodle chicken soup was something else, I think I never will be able to eat mine again! ☺️ Strongly recommend this place! Thank you, Tyler!
I think this is my favorite Indian restaurant I’ve tried in Lakeland thus far (and I do love Indian so I’ve tried a good amount). They are located right off a side street of downtown and are very easy to miss walking by, but it’s a simplistic and cute place. I got the tikka masala and enjoyed it very much. It had slices of peppers and onions in it and that was a lovely touch. My friend tried the butter chicken, and it was also her first time trying any Indian, and she was immediately in love. The rice was cooked perfectly and the naan- the naan was the real show stopped, it was so soft and thick bread, some of the best naan by far I’ve tried at ANY Indian place, hoo-yah! Our waitress was the sweetest young lady, and she was the only server during a bush lunch hour and she was really working super hard. The fact that she still was so nice to us said a lot, and this will definitely be the restaurant I come back to anytime I’m craving Indian, and that is a common occurrence for me!
The only complaint I have is that I was too full to keep eating. The food was delicious, so good it felt rude to leave without doing my own dishes.
Darlings of the interwebs. This place is amazing and they do everything to suit your tastes from the way the food looks I had the chicken delight with Korma. It didn't look like it had enough raisins. So my waitress was amazing and got me more. She took her time to get me the wine that suited my meal and was overall pleasant where I didn't feel rushed or anxious. Do come here its worth the wait !!!
Such a bad experience Portion size: Curries where super small and filled with huge chunks of veg, such as broccoli. Naan: it was literally the smallest piece of naan I have ever received from a restaurant and to top it off it tasted it like it was store bought and heated in a microwave. Rice: felt like it had been around for a while. Clumps stuck together. Not what I would have expected for a $12 curry.
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