The Best Indian Food.
Tandoori Times has got me hooked and I never used to order vegetarian or lamb dishes but this place has changed me. I love the sauces and when I ask for extra spicey they put great flavor into doing it not just adding hot sauce. They are now off of N. Hayden and the location is much better than the old one. I just recently went to San Fransisco and was told they have the best Indian food...well I can compare Tandoori Times to it.
Crappy and Fake Indian Food.
I'm a Vegetarian.
All the gravies taste the same ( looks like they are serving the Frozen food items )
They put Chana dal in Makhni dal.
The dancer thing is only suitable for bachelors, who can just get drunk and dance with her. Looks so cheap/ absolutely inappropriate for familes.
Choole Bhatura was crappy and oil was literally dripping off the Baturas. - I believe they have'nt eaten the real punjabi food.
They serve in cheap dishes which have weared out now- They have got cafetaria furniture.
The place has a strong stench of the food that are cooked and is really not welcoming.
In short, DO NOT go at any of their branches. You will surely waste your hard earned money.
A Good One!!. This is a reasonably good Indian restaurant. The best days to visit would be Friday or Saturday. The ambience is really nice. I would recommend the appetizers.
Not a true Indian restaurant. Don't be fooled by the term "tandoor" This is a Pakastani restaurant under the guise of an Indian restaurant. The cooking style and menu options cater to Pakastani cooking. With that in mind, this restaurant's strengths involved grilled items such as Tandoori chicken, and Shish Kebob. Their chicken tikka masala and other curries were disappointing. The real draw to this restaurant is it's ambience and service. It really caters to non-Indians who want to taste Indian/Pakastani food in a friendly environment. However, the food here is far from genuine. Their vegetarian items including it's chaat is simply subpar. The reason this restaurant gets rave reviews is because most of it's clients are non-Indian and feast on the meat laden dishes so they aren't qualified to judge their vegetarian dishes since they don't try them. For Indians and particularly vegetarian Indians, you will likely not enjoy this restaurant.
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