This venerable Indian restaurant has the distinction of being the first eatery of its kind in Shanghai, and it also boasts a head chef from New Delhi. ... More
This venerable Indian restaurant has the distinction of being the first eatery of its kind in Shanghai, and it also boasts a head chef from New Delhi. It features sophisticated yet eclectic decor—ideal for romantic dates. Diners can venture near the tandoor oven and watch the chefs barbecue the meals. Typical if Indian restaurants a massive menu of authentic offerings is available featuring an assortment of mild to hot spicing. Indian bread, boneless tandoori chicken in yogurt, murg, sorba, and badami are all recommended.
THE ONE AND ONLY RESTAURANT I HAVE FOUND MOUTH WATERY DISHES.EVEN YOU EAT BELLY FUL YOU WOULD LIKE TO EAT SOME MORE.THE SERVICE IS EXCELLENT.SOME SAY IT IS SLIGHT COSTLY BUT I SAY IT IS WORTH FOR THE YUMMY DISHES.
the decor in tandoor is world class. the ceiling is awesome, never seen anything like it. the dancing entertainment gives the restaurant a unique feel.
the choice of dishes available are very good. being from the uk we like our chicken to be chicken breast which was not available, however, the lamb vindaloo was exceptional.
the cost of the meal was quite expensive for shanghai,but the total experience was superb.
we will return later this year.
The Tandoor is the finest Indian restaurant chain in China which was established in 1994. The intimate design of the restaurant, the authentic food, the excellent service, as well as the mysteriously romantic atmosphere make it one of the best exotic theme restaurants in Southeast Asia and a favorite dinning destination for gourmets from all over the world.
The interior is lovely, cant take that away from it.
But--its expensive, not worth the price, whats even worse is that they dont smile at you, dont come and ask if the food is ok.charge for bottled water, I was even over charged for an item i did not order.
The only other thing good about this place was that there was a lovely dancer---and thats about it.
Avoid unless you dont mind throwing your money about.
wish i had read this review before going
Below average food, highly priced and would not recommend this to anyone else. The only good thing about this restaurant is the decor, but if you want to go for that then there are other better places to see in Shanghai.
And another thing, is they do not server water, if you ask for it, they will charge you for mineral water and you will not belive the price.
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