New India Restaurant
5226 Bethel Center Mall, Columbus, OH 43220
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: No
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Cuisines: Caterers, Indian
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
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I had an Entertainment Book coupon. The staff said they no longer honor them. They offered a $6 discount on 2 dinners (instead of the $13 Entertainment Book). I said that would be OK since we wanted to try this restaurant. They only took $5 off the ticket and the food made my husband ill. I would NOT recommend this restaurant.
I am Indian and dont eat at Indian restaurants very often because we cook Indian food at home everyday. But there comes a day when you want garlic naan and tandoori tikka's. Most of the restaurants put lots of cream etc in their dishes and mostly they come out to be little sweeter then spicier. MAN OHH MAN this place is one of the best restaurant Indian food I have had in long time. Everything was so perfect and delicious. Just became its loyal customer.....
12/07/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Good food, good prices. I come here often. You can vary the spiciness. My favorites are the baigan bartha (eggplant) and the saag paneer. The chicken dishes are all really good also, delicious combination of tender meet and balanced sauces. Check it out!
09/27/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I don't quite understand the bad reviews (then again, I haven't eaten their lunch buffet in years.) The service is adequate, nothing special. The food is good though and I like that there are several vegetarian dishes they will ""veganize"" for you-this is less for me a concern about dairy products and more about not eating large quantities of cream and butter with my meal. A friend of mine says she dreams about their okra dish. They have a wide selection of naan and it's excellent.
09/17/2011Provided by Citysearch -
First, I will say that I would have given it 0 stars, but that is not allowed.
I have dined at this restaurant for years. Our first dining experience was in the evening, from the menu. From what I recall, everything was good.
The last year or so, we have dined here, mostly the lunch buffet. We arrived there the other day at 1:30 (an hour before the restaurant was to close for lunch), and again the buffet was running out of food. This has happened before, but that was when we arrived closer to closing. We thought 1:30 was surely going to be enough time before closing at 2:30. We didn't expect them to be running out of food nor did we expect the food to be old/bad. When I asked the servers (you know, the ones that recognize us because we have frequented their restaurant for years) if they would put more of the veggie dish out, they looked at me and said that there was no more left to put out. This would have been okay (but again this has happened before), I mean, it was one veggie dish, but then I found that the Tandori Chicken (the whole reason I go to Indian food for lunch), was just about gone, and what was left was terrible and dry. The mango pudding (another favorite of mine) had no mangoes in it and was just about empty. I had to scrape the bottom of the pan to get some (same with the rice pudding);
The most disturbing part of all of this, the reason why I will not be giving them money in exchange for old/bad or no food is that the owner? or servers at this restaurant do not seem to think this is a problem. They must not think that the buffet needs to be fresh, fully stocked, and ... I don't know... appealing? or edible?
In short, if you really must go to this place, you might want to go for dinner, or an early lunch if you actually expect them to have food for you to eat.
01/24/2011Provided by Citysearch -
My daughter and I tried this out and were underwhelmed. Service was prompt, water and bread delivered quickly. The vegetable samosas were great. We ordered chicken korma and chicken tikki masala based on other reviews. We asked for medium spice. Maybe that was the problem - we like a little kick but don't want heat to be the only sensation. Both lacked the complexity of spices we look for in Indian meals. The tikki masala my daughter compared to tomato soup. The korma was just dull. We may give it another try. Next time I will ask the wait staff for suggestions on how to order. Maybe most patrons are looking for bland?
03/05/2010Provided by Citysearch -
This was my first time ever having Indian food so other than being told to expect spicy food I went with an open mind. Was seated at a table that was supposed to be ready for customers but the waitress was picking food and hair off it as she poured my one and only glass of water I would get throughout my meal. Two of the buffet spots were empty through my entire meal making a small buffet even smaller. Dirty plates stayed on the table during the course of my entire stay until the check was brought to the table during which time I finally got a refill on my water. I Will NOT return here again.
05/04/2009Provided by Citysearch -
We are vegetarians and have been to many cbus Indian restaurants. This one is at the top of out list. Great flavors. could be considered heavy but hey, its Indian. I would say the staff tries but service was not that bad. I have had equal, if not less attentive, service at the ""better"" restaurant ""chain"" name famous in cbus. (hint: CM)