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Hours

Regular Hours

Services/Products
  • Yes
Payment method
amex
Price Range
$
Neighborhoods
Tenderloin, Northeast San Francisco
Categories
Middle Eastern Restaurants, Caterers, Take Out Restaurants, Indian Restaurants, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch Restaurants, Family Style Restaurants, Asian Restaurants, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Street

Wi-Fi: No

Bike Parking: No

Attire: Casual

Good For Family: Yes

Good For Groups: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Wheelchair Accessible, Yes

Cuisines: Asian, Caterers, Family Style, Indian, Take Out, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, Middle Eastern

Alcohol: No

Takes Reservations: No

Outdoor Seating: No

Price Range : Below Average

Good for Kids: Yes

Services: Yes

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GeorginaHenderson

03/24/2011

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Overall
Best Indian in the city.

Great Indian restaurant. The food is prepared fresh, quick and there is plenty of seating inside the restaurant. I usually try their chicken dishes and I love it.

We also go there for team lunches from my office. There is plenty of dishes for vegetarians as well.

T Bone57

10/31/2010

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Overall
AWful!

Maybe they were having a very busy night, but I'm a little puzzled by all the good reviews. We had three meat dishes all of which were fatty, oily, gritty and full of bones. It was like having fish with the bones still in, except you had to pick out the fat as well. We were even picking bones and grit out of the rice dish. We chose to throw out most of the food rather than eat it.

brandon1111

06/16/2008

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Overall
Best Indian Food

Best indian food in bay area. Price is cheap and very very good. the best Tandori Chicken...juicy!!! My favorite Lam Curry really satisfying. The only downside is parking, but i paid for the 2hr $8 right next door. Patron seems going away when it gets dark, maybe because of the area. This place serves good food, good food, good food. If you don't care about the ambience, this is the place. The place is not dirty, just need to be polish. Will go back again and again.

amyh2

10/30/2006

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Overall
Our pick for Tandori-loin

Cheap and sort of fast. Get there before 7pm on Friday to avoid the wait. Better than anything else you'd get in the Union Sq area. Worth the walk. Aloo (potato) naan and the ground been kabob is good. Trying to taste everything on the menu, will take a while. A little lean on the meat portions, but it's the sauce!!

nancysee

09/20/2006

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Overall
stays open late, cheap, and yummy.

yummy place in the tenderloin. order your food at the counter, sit down, they bring your food to you, then walk back up to the counter and pay when you're ready to leave. I love that the place stays open til midnight, it's clean, no frills, and has yummy food. and for those that are not lactose intolerant, there's self-service free chai at the back of the room.

blackmamo

05/31/2006

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Overall
Can't go wrong

Stop in for a quick bite or bring a bunch of friends for a big sit-down. You might want to call them first if you do that because they get very busy. I've tried almost everything on the menu, and you can't go wrong. Great prices, and quick service depending gon how busy they are.

mjmilner

03/05/2006

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Overall
Cheap Prices, Good Food, not so good service

We were in SF for a convention and tried Chuntey from a recommendation from the desk at the Hotel Adagio which is just around the corner. The food has good flavor but the service is poor. I had chicken vindaloo which is suppossed to be one of the spicier dishes, NOT SPICY at all, and small sharp bones not removed from chicken. We also ordered Briyani which we never had delivered to our table. I have had much better food and service fom the Chaat Cafe!

alexgg2539

02/20/2006

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Overall
User review by alexgg2539

I was on vacation with my boyfriend, we literally got off the plane, went to our hotel and found Chutney. We had a great time, we both loved the food, the fast service and it was very inexpensive! During our week in San Francisco we went 3 times. Next time I am in SF, I will be at Chutney!

christinawalter

01/28/2006

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Overall
Do not get chicken curry

It is a cute restaurant. The naan was good, however, my chicken curry was all bones and fat....hardly any chicken at all!! I was disappointed after all the good things I have heard about this place. I took a few bites and just ate my rice and naan. Perhaps the vegetarian dishes are better.

cpchong

08/07/2005

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Overall
Best of Value Indian Restaurants

This is our fave ""value"" Indian restaurant - comparing to Naan'n'Curry, Pakwan, Shalimar, etc. Definitely seems to be the cleanest of them, good service, and very tasty food. Also a good intro place for out-of-towners who have never eaten Indian. Yes, there are some traditional Indian restaurants that are better, but for pure value and an easy meal, it's hard to beat Chutney.

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