Im a lover of indian food and have tried many indian restaurants around the world. Its a nice cosy restaurant but on a pricy side The food was more swissified for my liking and the service was very rushed.
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Good South Indian food, seems to be cooked to perfection as all spices blend in well. Some dishes (ex. Biryani) maybe slightly spicy for European taste, so please check while ordering. My personal favourite was the 'Chicken Nilgiri' which I've tried at other restaurants but...More
Our family went to Malabar to celebrate a birthday. We love Indian cuisine, and made reservation for Friday evening at Malabar. We enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere, the nice decoration (kind of nice modern indian), and we loved the food. Especially the Thali dishes. Compared to...More
While the service was slightly unorganized - we had to change seats because of a "larger group" who never came, then we had to repeat our order. The food made up for it completely: We had the Malabar Mix for entrées with wonderful exotic sauces...More
What a fabulous, lively restaurant this is. Already busy at just after 7pm but we were greeted warmly and allocated a table. The food was absolutely delicious, beautifully presented and full of flavour. Not the cheapest of places to eat but this is Zurich. Would...More
This restaurant was a pleasant surprise. After trying several Indian restaurants in Zurich, we had come to terms with the idea that when it came to Indian, we would always get average food at not so affordable prices. Even when it is not in the...More
The lamb vindaloo was nice and spicy but the meat not so tender. It would have been nice if the waiter had pointed out when I ordered, that rice was not included (given it often is in many restaurants) - I had to then order...More
The Indian food offered at Malabar has a South India touch to it; i e it differs from the typical Indian restaurants in Europe. The ingredients were well prepared and the dishes tasty.