Mughal Garden is distinguished chiefly by the size of its menu. In addition to the typical Vindaloos, Saag and Kebabs, you'll find a fantastic ... More
Mughal Garden is distinguished chiefly by the size of its menu. In addition to the typical Vindaloos, Saag and Kebabs, you'll find a fantastic Mulligatawny Soup, a great Salmon Tikka and a Tandoori Lobster that is one of the best seafood entrees in town. Many of these appear on the daily all-you-can-eat buffet, but you'll need to peruse the menu to see everything that is offered. The spacious dining room is modest but inviting, and the atmosphere is very casual.
As an English expat, I've eaten many fine indian meals back in the UK, as well as around the world in as unexpected a location as Cairo in Egypt and Alcazar in Jordan! I was moved to review this place by the excellence of the food we enjoyed there. Barring the lack of balti dishes which is not their fault, this food was truly as good as any indian food I have experienced anywhere.
The service is average, for example they did not replace a glass which had been knocked into some sauce instead just refilling it, and left us to our own devices to clear up after handing us an extra napkin! They could do with some work this type of detail, plus filling water glasses more promptly, but that is really a detail not worth worrying about. Particularly superb is their buffet, compared to those in other places I've been to where the quality of buffet food is decidedly shady. Additionally the gentleman who makes the omlette like creations for their buffet is exceptionally personable and welcoming. If you eat Indian food in Baltimore, do it here. See also my review of the Akbar at 823 Charles Street, which doesn't even compare.
My wife and I enjoyed a fabulous dinner at, Mughal Garden. The food was excellent, I would highly recommend the Tandoori , it is delivered on an extraordinarily hot skillet that both keeps the food warm and creates quite a show when the waiter travels from the kitchen to the table. I have no idea how they create that much steam! The Tandoori was both flavorful and extremely moist. The service was excellent, and I was happy to find a reasonably priced wine list.
I am Indian and it is hard to find truly exquisite Indian cuisine in the Baltimore area. My main concerns are spiciness, cleanliness and staying true to the original dishes. Only place to go to get great Indian food.
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