“Fries” are delicious with the chutney dip. Must get! I also had the vadar sambar, as it was recommended, and it was soooo good. Tons of flavor. Only thing is about halfway through, I was having as my meal but it’s more of a sharing dish, it can start to taste too salty. If it had a smidge less salt it would have been amazing. They can accommodate a lot of dietary restrictions and what I had was GF Vegan and I had no negative reaction.
GREAT food but risky if you are celiac..Ate there five times, got cc twice. Won't risk it again. I'm really sensitive. They cook the gf dosas on the same grill surface as the wheat pancakes. My server told me that you need to specify you are celiac when ordering gf so they will clean it off.
So tasty and a gluten free menu to boot! I so wanted to put this place on our list of regular resturants but I got home that evening and the iching started. If you are at all sensitive to cross contamination you may want to be careful here. Still it was some of the best indian food we've had for a while.
Mmm. This place is wonderful: special allergen listing, very knowledgable staff and exceptional chefs. I have sorely missed Indian food b/c restaurants in the midwest can't seem to grasp cross-contamination issues. We were only in town for 4 days but went back a second time. Yeah, that good.
The service was good and the food was pretty tasty, but both me and my boyfriend ended up with stomach aches afterwards. I don't necessarily think it was because of gluten cross-contamination because the bf is not Celiac, but the food is REALLY spicy. I don't think I'll be able to eat here again, in spite of its convenient location.