Much better by far then the Indian Rest in Tarrytown which will go unnamed here (reviewed it awhile back)
I came here one sunday by accident. I was traveling from the city via metro north on the hudson line to irvington. Irvington is so lovely, your by the Hudson and what a beautiful view. We actually were trying to get into The Red Hat Restaurant but the wait to be seated was forty minutes. We were very hungry so... More
Visited this place on a quiet monday evening. Was looking forward to spicy indian food and specified so when we ordered, the waiter insisted to confirm spicy level and we confirmed we wanted HOT. Food came, not spicy at all by anyone's standard. Food was tasty but not what we were looking forward to. Seated by window view was nice.... More
Very Good Indian food. The appetizers are great -- samosas, hara bhara kabab. The lamb chops were excellent though could have been spicier. The chicken chettinad was really great as were the purdah kababs -- long ground meat kebabs cooked in a tandoor enclosed by crispy layered pastry.
I think the title says it all. Too bad the food wasn't more spicy, although both my wife and i asked for it.
I was in two minds when I entered this Indian restaurant in the middle of a huge parking lot with the river on one end and a train track on the other. Adding to it, they had closed the upper floor which apparently has mind blowing views. The place had pretty dated furniture and I am not sure this one... More
Ambience is good. Food is excellent and portion size is good. Servers are polite and friendly. The location is great too. If you walk up to the hudson in the far end of the parking lot, you have view of Tapen zee on one side and Manhattan on the other. There is also a part nearby which is very good... More
The Sunday Brunch buffet is back at Chutney Masala. The buffet is upstairs - great food, great service, nice view of the Hudson across the parking lot and excellent value for money
Nice surroundings, great staff. Our family met up with an old friend and shared a great evening. Lots of parking and beautiful view of the Hudson River.
We went for the first time on a Saturday night, and the upstairs became completely full while we were there. The maitre d who met us noticed me looking around at the pictures and immediately asked if it were our first time at the restaurant and told us the history of the building, which was interesting. We liked the artwork.... More
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