Indian Bread Co.
194 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10012Add Hours
Indian Bread Company
Take Out: Yes
Cuisines: Delivery, Indian, Take Out
Price Range : Below Average
10/29/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Great great place. I've never had Kati Roll but this place was really excellent. I had the saag chicken naanini and I thought it was a portioned very well for 6.50. I also had the Mixed Greens salad which was a steal at 2.50 (with the dollar off special when you order a side with a sandwich). I brought some more stuff back for some coworkers and they loved it too. Highly recommended. The only thing I will say is that it takes a little while for them to make it so be prepared to wait at least 15 minutes, probably more when they are busy. The interior was small but had enough moveable tables to accommodate small and medium-sized groups. The masala chai tea was also pretty good and you get unlimited for 1.50. The service was polite enough as well. Even though I have to ride my bike 30 blocks to get there I know I'll be back if that is any indication of quality.
01/01/2007Provided by Citysearch -
My friend recommended this place to me. He had stumbled upon it, and had become a regular. I tried it yesterday, and I must say I understand why he swears by it. The service is friendly, and the food is tasty and more than what you'd expect for the amount charged. I tried the aloo kathi roll & paneer naanini, and both were awesome! I especially like the fact that the aloo kathi was well flavored, and not bland. The paneer naanini was something I was having for the first time, and I really liked the concept of a naan sandwich. it had an interesting balance of flavors. Topped my meal with a cuppa of masala chai. Yummmm.....I now know why the regulars hold this place dear to their hearts!
12/30/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Went there the other day as the lines at The Kati Roll Co were too long. On entering the Indian Bread Company I realized why. Firstly the kitchen is dirty and the Health Dept should pay a quick visit. And more importantly the Kati Rolls were awful. Dry and small and completely without taste.
Maybe their parathas are better, but if you feel lie eating Kathi's , then endure the lines at The Kati Roll Co.
07/05/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Personally, the place is a great spot for a quick to-go lunch or a quick place to eat. Had the Aloo sandwhich (the one where the bread is folded over) which was VERY delicious, filling and great for the price. Also had the masala chai which I took home and had it over ice - made great ice tea. The other party had a spinach chicken nannini and had complaints. Apparently, it was just spinach and no chicken - 95% spinach; 5% chicken. In terms of service, the chefs of the place are working in this tiny sandwhich shop, sweating, however, they were all very accomodating and very knowledgable of their menu. Overall, I'd go again.
11/25/2005Provided by Citysearch -
the lamb wrap was delicious but should have been bigger or have a side dish for the price$5.50 ,the side dish was $1.00 extra. the guy at the counter did tell us before we ordered it was small. the tandoori chicken panninni was delicious and grilled well and it was tasty and perfect size-filled me up.#13 was a hot spicy chicken in naan bread and was delicious...go but very small and only hold about 15 people.
07/13/2005Provided by Citysearch -
my chicken paratha, at $4.50, was a ripoff. it was just a round flat bread with maybe two tablespoons of what looked and tasted like greasy bread crumbs! the filling had zero chunks of chicken, i thought it was what they scrape off the grill. and they have the nerve to put a tip cup on the counter, with a sign saying ""it is good karma to give tips"". it is good karma to put some chicken in the chicken paratha and to give some value for the cost. indian bread company must have been having a bad night. skip it!!