Eclectic and artsy stationary trailer that serves naan freshly baked in their tandoori oven, as well as other authentic Goan dishes from Goa, India. We suggest the Rechard Masala Shrimp.
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.
I could just eat piles of garlic naan here and be happy.
Must. Have. Kulfi. :)
BYOB or head over to Clive and have them deliver it to you. So delicious.
Great food - get the samosas for the appetizer; tikka masala, rogan josh, or saag for your entree; and add a side of naan. Open for dinner until midnight/2am. Also, BYOB!
Great food - they struggle to get take out orders out in reasonable amount of time though.
get the rose lassi. you won't regret it!
One of the best chai in austin :)
Be warned, they don't sell alcohol, so bring your own. Don't panic if you didn't, you can buy a bottle of wine from Clive (bar) across the street.
Try one of everything! Soo goood!
Amazing Indian food served al fresco
The Samosas are to die for.
Wow, I'm certainly impressed. I couldn't tell you in a million years what I ate, but when I'm back in town, I'm coming here. The wait was VERY long, but grab friends and a few beers to make it faster.
Don't expect to eat indoors.
The coconut naan is straight up dessert. So tasty!
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.
SAAG PANEER XXX spicy.
Order less than you think + share! Everything is fantastic + the portions are big. (I vote saag paneer.)
Many people of India origin dining here. Small portions compared to Texas sized portions. Excellent food.
Loved the pakoras and the naan.
Do not get the ice tea. I'm not sure if it's the ice but it's nasty. The food on the other hand is delicious. Bring a bottle of wine instead.
It's a good place to share some dishes family style so everyone gets to taste all the amazing food. Stuffed naan is ammmmmmazing.
love that it's byob, the pakoras are YUM, disappointed about not having vegan rice but atmosphere almost makes up for it. Love the outdoor seating.
BYOB. So much more than a food truck, this place has waiters that will take great care of you.
I like the soup. Get the soup. Only $4 for the soup.
Try the fruit and nut naan, lamb samosa, and the Saag paneer. Yummy. Another goodie is Kashmiri with chicken or chickpeas. Call it in if you want to go. Great food, period.
Highlights: briyani rice, tandoori chicken, garlic na'an bread, tikka masala curry, rose lassi. Everything is good, average spending is $20 per person. Yummmmm
Its byob. Including liquor
BYOB so BYOB
For starters, garlic naan, no brainer, right? Then have the saag with shrimp. Totes magotes.
Order the onion naan and add garlic on top!
Get the tikka masala with chicken.
I had the Coconut Curry with Tilapia and it was quite delicious, although my friend's Saag Paneer was pretty amazing too. The girls at the table were digging the Rose Non-Lassi, but did add some vodka
Got to go here!
Coconut Curry with Tilapia rocked. Pakora was meh (a little too much filler)
Everything was yummy. Great break from the convention center.
They deliver to the Clive Bar and The Shore!
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.