A friend and I stopped here for lunch, we had the following:Pani puriDahi puriPaav bhajiKhandviChaiAll this for $17. Everything tasted heavenly. The chaat here reminded me of the good old days in Bombay. I tried out Khandvi for the first time ever and I personally feel that the taste has to grow on you or something..but it wasnt that bad.We also had a take home order of some sweets- Mango burfi and Jilebi. I sneaked out a few pieces of the burfi before we got home.. it tasted awesome!A must try place for chaats! I will be going back here whenever I visit Artesia.
This place has a great buffet for a very reasonable price. Their Gulab Jamun is awesome. Very Good for vegetarians too.
A lot of variety of indian snacks and sweets. Parking is a pain sometimes.
The best Biriyani I had in LA area. Even the other items on the menu are pretty authentic. It's usually very busy during weekends, still the service is quite amazing.
Very nice indian food. This is one of the best places to eat Indian food. The food is spicy and they have a lot of options for vegetarians.
I like the food here. Its really cheap compared to other indian buffets that I have been too.
poor servicepoor foodpoor tastepoor all. Extraordinary priceaStay away
Good dosa place. Try the spinach dosa.
The food is not good at all. This restaurant sucks and owner is worst he has ego from head to toe, keeps talking to the customers about other customers while eating their food very irritating and no respect . He keeps telling the customers that if anybody asks for food to come little bit faster he will tell them to "get out". He is not polite to the people don't know what he thinks of his food and himself . He need to learn to Respect the customer . the attitude of the owner makes the people not to visit the place again.
We went for the lunch buffet, and although we found the buffet table, we couldn't find the food. They had 3 different types of rice, but you could only have 1 type at a time because the other 2 would be empty. The food was rarely refreshed and was cold most of the time. When I went to get the chicken tikkah masala, there was only masala, no chicken. The mutton curry only had sauce and bones. When I went for the pakora I thought there were only crumbs left, until I saw the waitress bring more pakora, only to find out that the crumbs were the actual pakoras. The waitress would bring us 3 pieces of naan at a time, for a group of 7...where's the logic in this, I mean we asked 3 times and she wasn't able to figure out that 3 pieces of naan just wouldn't suffice. Regardless she wasn't the friendliest person either. The real owner was somewhat nicer, but overall after this experience it really wasn't worth $10 per person for average tasting food, but less than average service and quantity. Maybe the menu items are different, but the buffet is not worth it.