One characteristic of this restaurant is that customers use naan (Indian bread) to scoop up their food instead of a knife and fork. What's more, ... More
One characteristic of this restaurant is that customers use naan (Indian bread) to scoop up their food instead of a knife and fork. What's more, ingredients used in creating the authentic cuisine are imported directly from India. The decor is reminiscent of an Indian home, with traditional furniture and Indian-style ornaments. The kitchen is in full view of the customers, so you can watch the chefs prepare your meal. Special recommendations include tasty Samosas, revitalizing Chicken Mushroom Soup and sumptuous Tandoori Chicken.
Just went today to the branch in Youido Seoul. Read about this chain from several restaurant review guides. Its very good. I strongly recommend the Chicken-Tikka-Masala and the naan bread. The naan was ok the first time, albeit room temperature, but the second order was piping hot, and excellent.
Skip the rice, its standard korean rice. Skip the beef curry, its just unnatural for indian food
Chili shrimp was ok.
The service and ambiance is incredible and the food is certainly alright but I can tell you that there are many better places to get Indian food in Seoul where you would pay a mere fraction of the price. It cost us around $50 per person and left us still hungry
I first went to Ganga in Busan and immediately loved the food here. It's delicious and the restaurant's decoration was nice. I have also been to Ganga in Seoul and Busan seemed a better, but still the food was good.
I went there with my friend to celebrate her birthday. Fantastic Chicekn Tandori, curries were great as well, comes in a generous portion considering the price and compared to other Indian Restauant in Seoul. Drinks are bit pricey. Good atomosphere. Would definitely go back again.
After eating at so many restaurants that seemed so similar I found this a nice change of pace. The ambience was great with nice smoke free clean look. My vegetarian biriyani was as good as any I get in San Jose, CA. The price was less than I expected. I will definitely visit again.
Ganga is most expensive Indian restaurant in Korea. Good decoration but not the original Indian taste. I liked locations they chose.Customer care is no mean for them. Just who has money but doesn't know what the Indian taste is can enjoy there.
The service here was superb. Each course came quickly despite the restaurant being full.
The soup and samosas are first class, but I was a little disappointed by the curry dish (I think I made a bad choice) and the paneer naan bread. I will try this restaurant again and choose a vindaloo instead of the rather creamy beef dish I had.
Its best to book in advance - I arrived at 7:40pm on a Thursday and was told there would be a 20-30min wait for a table. I finally got seated at 8:30pm! At least there was some reading material in the waiting area.
A bit pricey, but normal for Gangnam area.
I love this place. I went there like a dozen times in my dozen weeks staying in Korea. Korea's awesome, but the restaurants aren't. Go to this place, and you may be in for a surprise, particularly if you like spicy food (and are sick of the Korean variation on this topic!)
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