3925 Pleasant Hill Rd, Duluth, GA 30096
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This Franchise chain does only Indian Chinese and it is an experience dining. Had visited one in Chicago earlier. Now in Atanta, the food is authentic, very good experience overall with service too. Ambience is different from other indian restaurants. These guys take their business very seriously. Good to see professionalism in this area of business
05/02/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We found this restaurant from one of our business friend, who told us that they have good Chicken Lolipop, as my wife likes it, we went there...here is what i would summarise the points:
1. Service was lousy..i mean it took so long for serving the food (It was almost empty, still it took them so long)
2. Waiter/Manager (I dont know who that was), was had no clue about customer service..
3. Food was ok, my wife kinda liked chicken Lolipop, but my food was not so good..little salty than required
4. Worst was the Check (bill)..i mean i have never seen restaurant adding 15% gratuity for two people (They generally dont do for less than 4-5 people)..i never mind giving tip (and give it around 10%), but it has to worth it...I felt totally ripped off and swear not going to go there again..
It has been my experience that all Indian Chinese Restaurant in atlanta does not have good service..have been to these places already:
1. bamboo Garden (both Locations)
2. Hot Wok (food is good here, except the noodles)
3. Global Mall (they have better food)
4. Bali (Closed now).
Never had a good restaurant type experience anywhere..
12/18/2007Provided by Citysearch -
My fiancee and I visited this place last week. Needless to say (see my ranking) we were thoroughly disappointed. Cold soup, dirty restrooms, and questionable quality of chicken in their chilli chicken (I found a piece of chicken foot).
To top it off, mandatory tips are added to your check. (Even PF Chang doesnt do this). If you are the type where hygiene is important.....bottom line..Avoid this place.
10/29/2007Provided by Citysearch -
This restaurant was recommended to me by my father. He said he heard great things about it. The service was fair. I ordered the corn soup which was delicious. I also ordered the Schezuan Lamb that was chewy and inedible. Honestly I am not sure if it was even lamb. My son ordered spring rolls and the lemon chicken. We both dabbled in each others food throughout the evening. Overall we chalked it up to an ok experience, not the worst and not the best.
Around 7 am my entire mind changed. I was sick like I have never been before in my life, and this lasted until later in the evening. . I asked my son how he was feeling, and he had distress in his stomach also. I will never go here again. It definitely was one of my worst restaurant experiences ever.
07/14/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Today was the worst experience we ever had in a restaurant. Starting with the front desk person, we felt the ignorance. The service and food both were unexpectedly worst. I mentioned unexpectedly, as we heard some good things about this restaurant in past, and were expecting the same. Before we were finished with soup/appetizer the main course was thrown on the table. There was only one person we felt respect and hospility, and she was the lady who would serve water and clean up the tables. The rice was like a piece of dough. Among the other food we had American Chopsuey, which was like noodles deeped in honey with half a cup of suger on the top of it.!!! So as soon as one of us for in the part tasted a piece of it, 3 of us did not even want to try it. After all this there was a 15% tip added automatically to the bill, and on the credit card bill the tip was asked again, probably a catch for new customers who may have not realized that they have already been charged *15%* tip (for not getting a good service), oh well..!! On our way out, thought of giving a comment to manager about the poor quality food so that it come to his attention, with no intention to ask for a refund. The *manager* yells back that you can not complain about the food afterwords, like I was trying to get my money back or something of that sort.