If you have no choice it's ok but try somewhere else. Nothing special about here and waitresses are annoying
Awesome authentic chai
Puri puri was a joke. Cold, 3 garbanzo beans in flimsy shells. Not worth it.
For being Goan and asking for "extra spicy" my vindaloo tasted less spicy than my mom's spaghetti sauce and servings were tiny. Skip it and do Bombay Bistro instead.
Great Indian food find on Rainey St. The menu had nice spicy options that my boyfriend and I really enjoyed!
Love the malai kofta.
Of all things, I end up having fantastic Indian food in Austin, TX
Good is great, service questionable.
Get the Rogan Josh!
Had chicken Tikka Massala and Saag. Delicious!
FYI: Gratuity is added to parties of 5 or more. You can still bring your own wine but they charge a $15 corking fee or buy a bottle of theirs and they waive the fee.
It's hard to get a table after 7pm. You can make reservations online.
Beef curry is excellent go for extra spicy
Their food smells great, not had it yet, but the service, the service is sooo poor. More cooks, servers, a manager, please? I hear the food is amazing but yeah, this is a problem.
Awesome food and great service
Decent Indian food, although not very authentic. If you want it spicy, be sure to ask and ask for extra hot sauce. Kulfi and paneer paratha are great.
Horrendous service. Before leaving and complaining, server over-sprayed everyone with cleaner. Told us to "Yelp about it." Brick and mortar doesn't suit this place.
Re-located to 73 Rainey St. to a brick and mortar.
Don't let the name fool you, it's only a little racist.
Mushroom masala and garlic naan!!
Amazing service: they brought us blankets and free chai!
Nice little place, food is pretty good! Definitely get the chai!
Food is delicious, but with nice weather the wait here gets ridiculous. It's quicker to order your food to-go and eat it at a Rainey bar. Bring cash in case their card machines go down (does happen).
Tikki Masala (I think that was the name) curry was soooo good! :D Got a free naan for checking in on Yelp. Nice place. Server gave good suggestion for curry.
Insanely slow service! Be prepared to wait a LONG time. Brought out my entree before my naan.. For real!?
If you're headed to Rainey for the night definitely start here for a great meal and your own brew.
Chicken Tikka Masala, spicy!!!
Food is amazing, wait staff is awful. Slow and unresponsive.
Our favorite dishes here are the dahl makhani (lentils in a creamy sauce) and Malabar (lamb, coconut, onion). The level of spiciness here depends on who's in the kitchen, so it's a good idea to ask.
The environment is great. Sometimes they even have live Indian style music and fire throwing shows! The prices are quite high for a trailer food spot , curries range from $9-14 . BYOB NO CORKING FEE!
BYOB, but you can run across the street to Clive and bring wine over or buy beer at the little store on the side of Craft Pride.
Great food, laid back, and you're allowed to bring your own booze!
SAAG PANEER XXX spicy.
Byob, dog friendly and some of the best Indian food I've ever eaten. Lamb Korma is the best I've had anywhere.
Best indian food in Austin! Look for the giant bike snake.
A must-eat spot.
muito boa a comida
Don't be out off by the sign in the trash filled dumpster. This place is excellent. The na'an is fantastic. #sxsw #gem
Saag Paneer & Garlic naan with Indian tea = awesome
Great Indian food w/ a funky vibe. Just don't forget that it's byob
One of the best chai in austin :)
The tea is amazing. Go for it!!
Delicious! The servings are huge, so share.
Order less than you think + share! Everything is fantastic + the portions are big. (I vote saag paneer.)
Share. Share. Share. Share.
Just off Rainey Street, good Indian food on the cheap.
Many people of India origin dining here. Small portions compared to Texas sized portions. Excellent food.