worst service ever. the portions are minuscule and the prices are way too high. the owners of these restaurants are laughing all the way to the bank. there is a reason why you'll never seen any Indian people eating at Breads of India.
We were very excited about Breads of India coming to Oakland as we are very big fans of the original restaurant in Berkeley.
Unfortunately, we were not at all impressed with the new place. While there were a ton of servers and hardly any customers, they were only interested in standing in the middle of the restaurant and chatting. Our food arrived cold and tasted much worse than what we expected. The prices are much to high for the overall experience.
Don't be fooled, it may look closed, but that's just the outside. Check first. The inside is nice all together. Excellent paratha. Soooo good. The prices are not Chinatown cheap, but neither are they expensive for bay area food. For 6.75 I got two curries (yummmm), rice (tasty and perfectly cooked and seasoned), salad (subtle and cleansing). For an additional 2.25 I got the palak paratha. In reality, I didn't need the paratha, the lunch was humongous and I should have and could have easily shared it, but no I didn't. The bread, though not necessary to reach satiation should not be mixed. It was the highlight. Please go to this gem. It's clean, nice and attentive service, and pretty inside. Most of all the food is KICKY!!! Don't let it become a victim to a dead Oakland. They do take credit cards. They should put more effort into making the business look open from the outside. A simple light or subtle neon light stating that they are open, would suffice. Maybe they should consult a feng shui expert to bring more business their way. Not sure why they aren't lining out the door. The bread is pipin' hot and they change menu daily so it's not like it was sitting around all yesterday. Go there, despite my incoherent ramblings.
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