As soon as you walk in the door, the exotic aromas will transport you to India. The Khangura family prides themselves on offering only the most ... More
New Delhi Palace
As soon as you walk in the door, the exotic aromas will transport you to India. The Khangura family prides themselves on offering only the most authentically-prepared cuisine, made from fresh ingredients and aromatic spices. There's not much here in the way of decor, but the deferential service and mood-setting music make up for it. A lunch buffet offers many of your Indian favorites.
We started going here primarily for takeout about once a month after we got hooked on Indian food traveling abroad (though not actually to India). I don't know if it is authentic Indian or not but it tastes very good especially if you like reasonably spicy food but aren't in the mood for Mexican. Lamb Rogan Josh and Saag Chicken are our favorites. We've also tried the Tandoori Mixed Grill, Chicken Korma, and a few others and never been disappointed.
We avoid the Naan bread though - limp and tasteless. Instead we buy the frozen Naan at the grocery store that heats in like 2-3 minutes in the oven. Set the oven to preheat, go pick up the takeout & when you get back just pop in the Naan from the freezer - much better.
One of the worst desi restaurants I have been to in the US. This place claims to be an Indian restaurant but the food is cooked by a Chinese guy, served by a ultra-racist Mexican waiter and owned by someone who looks like a Pakistani masquerading as Indian. We were passing through Tucson and thought we would have an Indian meal. I will try to talk about every aspect of my experience here.
Ambiance: The place has good decor and comfortable seating and an ambiance which seems South Asian. No complaints about this feature and I guess the restaurants good things end here.
Food: We paid around $10 for a lunch buffet. And what did the buffet offer? dry improperly cooked rice, cold palak, boiled dal. The roti (bread) was made out of corn flour and felt like rubber. Food has been completely changed and doesn't taste one bit like authentic Indian cuisine. For a $10, I would at least expect more than 2 non-vegetarian and 4 vegetarian sides.
Service: The worst service I have ever experienced in my life. And in my opinion completely racist. White people were given a clear preference over brown-skinned folk.
During my meal I ordered for extra bread (roti) and a full 10 mins later the white man in my neighboring table ordered bread and guess who was served first? of course the White guy and I had to remind the waiter once again to get me bread and then we got it.
I complained about cold food and bad service to the owner and he insisted that the food was warm and didn't even bother to say sorry for his waiters bad behaviour.
I will never go there again and would advise you all also to not go.
Unique approaches to the standards, great taste, and great staff! I go here at least a couple of times a month and I always enjoy dealing with the staff. If you don't see something you want on the menu just ask. They are usually open to making sure you get what you want. They have a good vegetarian and vegan selection.
We love this place. The first time I ever had Indian food was here at this place. The service was fantastic. We told them we had never had Indian food before, and they walked us through the different dishes and what they were like. They gave us their reccomendations, but overall let us choose. You can also choose mild, medium, or hot for the spiciness you want your dish to be.
We had the lemonade, which was very delicious. It is freshly brewed. It needed just a little sugar as I think they served it without. I had the tandoori chicken in a tomato based sauce and it was so good. My husband had the lamb in a yellow based sauce, (I can't remember the name) but it was better than mine.
The portions do seem kind of small the first time they bring them out to you, but the food is so delicious and prepared so well, that you feel so satisfied after you eat it. That is the first time I have ever been able to eat and entire meal and not feel stuffed to the point of miserable. Usually I end up having to take some home because there is just too much on the plate
The rooms were so beautifully decorated and they don't over do it with the lighting. It is such a soothing environment to walk into. The walls are painted to look like pictures from India, and it honestly makes you want to stay after you have finished your meal. The meals run from 8-15 dollars a plate depending on what kind of meat and meal it is. Usually the lamb is the most expensive, but for a meal and environment like this, it is worth it, not to mention a lot of people spend that at other places dining out.
My two year old loved the food. It was the first time she ate all her food and wanted more. Definately healthier than most of the kid's meals that they serve at restaurants.
We have been back serveral times since then. We even had a Sunday buffet lunch there, where they offered a good variety of what they serve.
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