Dry naan (sent it back as well), very chewy mixed grill, tasteless curry. Will not come back here but go to Himalaya again.
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Try the lemon-spinach lamb! The waitress recommended it and it was absolutely delecious! The nan Bread with almonds and coconut was not the best I ever had but still good. You can ask the staff to adjust the dish to your liking, hot And steamy...More
This is an Indian restaurant conveniently located to the theatre de Capucins and the Cinematheque. It is though rather small, hence the need to reserve a table. The staff is very nice and multilingual. The food was tasty, but I would have liked a bigger...More
A nice level of service couldn’t make up for the food. Bland samosa and huge tasteless, greasy curry puffs. Chicken Shalimar inedible with overpowering garlic-from-a-jar taste. Palak Gosht was only passable dish. We didn’t finish anything.
amazing service and reception and honest owner, incledible food, good prices, good selection of gin and other alcohols, I definitely will return. I ordered a coke light and as the normal coke was placed on the table, I didn't even have to say anything before...More
We had higher expectations for this place. Very average food although the staff was nice. We had ketchup for starters, very sad considering the nice Indians food you can have. The currie was nearly cold and salty. The rice was the best of all dishes...More
This probably is the best Indian restaurant in Luxembourg. We went there for dinner and were very impressed with the service and taste of the food. We tried a curry, dal, rice and naans and it was fantastic. Considering that the restaurant is run by...More
Hidden in a little alley of an ugly shopping center, but you will forget the outside when you are inside. Very friendly owners: they were happy to reorganize the tables when we arrived with 8 without reservation. Just in time, because all tables were taken...More
I started the meal with a Mango Lassi. This was probably the best one I ever had. It was very fresh (which is not surprising when you realize that the mango is cut just before doing the drink) and quite big too. I then had...More