Definitely get the prix fixe if you have a big group. Food is delicious and high quality. Don't miss the desserts especially the cardamom one.
A wonderful experience, though I typically can't bring myself to pay excessive amounts of money for Indian food. Junoon did a great job on our private event, and I've had a great HH here in the lounge
Awesome desserts and the fried eggplant
Loved the Piri-Piri Shrimp appetizer. The mushroom curry with the whole wheat naan is delicious! The lamb chops were quite fatty but still good.
They have excellent lunch thali. At $25 a piece they give you three entrees along with bread. They have both vegetarian and non vegetarian options.
Definitely a high end date spot! Very classy! The food was amazing and the service was incredible. We had Lamb Shank, Pumpkin Kulfi, Chicken Curry, Piri Piri Shrimp and the Passion Fruit Mousse.
The Tellicherry Pepper Duck was very tasty, as was the Junoon Naan.
Super fancy place with authentic Indian cuisine.
Awarded one star (★) in the 2015 Michelin Guide for NYC restaurants.
Not a great place for vegetarians😞
The best Indian food in NY, order murg Tikka mirza Hasan , murg lababdar and chicken biryani :-) this portion is good for two
The food was good and rich with amazing spices. I would come back..the taste is still in my mouth yum yum
If you're looking for standard Indian fare, this is not the place. This is high-end stuff. The flavors and spices brought me back to my trip to India and everything was amazing!
Adraki Punch, eggplant chats
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Very authentic. Gobi appetizer was delicious. Pass on the garlic naan but the normal naan was great.
A top end spot with great food. Can be expensive so the smart move here is lunch for the 3 course price fixe is only $25.
Disappointing food and service given all I heard and read. Dark, slow/somewhat inattentive service. Food OK but not great. Far from London's beat Indian restaurant.
The desserts were amazing and the service was gracious and impeccable. Our dinner was just the thing to make me believe in the New York dining scene again. A must visit!
fancy upmarket indian food
Super overrated! The food was average and we payed a BOMB!
Best dammed service of any restaurant. Had an off the menu, menu tasting. Delicious and great presentation as well, as good of presentation as Indian food can have.
Overpriced Indian food that's too heavy.
Came here to try the restaurant week. A delicious flavorful experience from the bar to the restaurant. Try the Adraki Punch btw ;)
Lamps chips are amazing.. Eggplant 👍👍👍👍 don't miss it
Eggplant Chaat was the standout - crispy, flavorful, solid portion for an app. Outstanding service!
Great bartenders! Friendly folk abound.
Very overrated. Dessert was horrible... Returned it twice and left it the third time
Best dinning experience in the city. Outstanding
This Michelin star restaurant is chic and deserving of the star. It's Indian food like I've never tasted before. Delish!
Sonia Brussels sprouts vegetable for vegetarians
Nice, upscale place. Their naans do not match up Utsav's, but the dishes are very flavorful, with a lot of different spices which are well balanced.
Pricy, but the eggplant chaat and chipotle chicken tikka are standout dishes.
Delicious food and trendy atmosphere. Eggplant chaat and paneer dish were great. Michelin star.
seven spice lamb shank
Really great modern twists on Indian food.
This is not your typical Indian restaurant - be prepared to be wowed by the impeccable service, delicious cocktails, and of course amazing food. I recommend their lamb dishes and the dal.
This place is fantastic, but expensive. Dont miss the Piri-Piri Shrimp, Lahsooni Gobi, and the (cherry/apricot/pistachio) Peshwari Naan.
Apparently they only entertain people in business casual to the main dining room, so if you are a tourist roaming around in shorts you will end up sitting in bar area.
The fresh naan is absurdly good
My favorite Indian place in NYC. The design of the place is impeccable with a great ambience and the food is rich and delicious. A little on the pricy side.
Trendy with a touch of Indian-styled décor, a refined menu and a noteworthy selection of wine. The dishes are small and perfect for sharing! We love coming here with a big group.
Total rip off and the food is not good. Heard it used to be far better when Vikas Khanna was chef. He is not there anymore. Food is cooked by Indian kids, white male, a black male and a two Mexicans.