If you aren't afraid of a little heat on your plate then check this place out. I got to sample the samosa chaat which is samosa served on top a chick pea stew. It makes me want to go back and try more of their other Indian street food fare.
Chai Pani is so far the best Indian food that I have ever had in Atlanta. The reason that I say that is because Chai Pani's food tastes very authentic and you can taste the various exotic spices that they use in their food. Many other Indian places tend to dilute their spice mix or curries so that they are not as fragrant and flavorful. I ordered the vegetable thali and fried kale appetizer and ate ALL of it. It was so good that I could not stop eating. If you do not like kale then I dare you to try their kale pakoras and it might actually make you a believer. Also get the mango lassi. It is a sin to not drink mango lassi with Indian food.
Want some truly amazing Indian cuisine? Head to Chai Pani! They never disappoint. I'm a fan of the chicken burger and shoestring fries.
My family has been coming here for years for authentic South Indian food. Dosa and chole bhatura is a must
best new concept restaurant. Indian street food - good prices, excellent food, bright and airy space, and colorful menu. Cocktails are fun and interesting. Kids love it - adventurous food for them too.
Can't get enough of the Corn Bhel and the Kale Pakoras! My kids gobble it up too. One of my favorites for lunch.
Chai Pani is delicious and I love the decor. My favorite drink is a Lime Ricky - it is so refreshing. Our kids love their mango lassi drinks! This is a wonderful family restaurant. Lunch specials are great too.
Delicious, fast lunch. Come in the evening for the full spread!
The food quality is amazing - fresh, organic whenever possible and you can customize the level of spiciness. The service and atmosphere are just as phenomenal. Lunch specials are a great way to try multiple items at a great price.
I think the best litmus test for authentic Indian food is just how spicy it is served. I went here for the lunch buffet with a coworker and left needing a Kleenex. The goat stew and marsala were by far my favorite dishes. I gave it four stars because the atmosphere leaves a lot to be desired.