Desi Galli

Row 1

101 Lexington Ave (btwn E 27th & E 28th St)
New York, NY 10016
(212) 683-2292
Mon–Sun: Noon–11:00 PM

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  • Good pani puri and bhel puri. The mango kulfi is amazing!!
  • Quick-service Indian spot with commendable kati rolls and chaat.
  • Awesome rolls and chaat!!
  • Among the best Indian food places in Manhattan. Lamb biryani, rasmalai, and kathi rolls are a must try. The best part bout the food was great flavors in everything with very low grease.
  • With onions, tomatoes, green peppers, and spicy green chilies, this is basically a delicious Indian-spiced breakfast burrito. Make sure you dip a few bites in the spicy green cilantro-rich sauce
  • Adorable little place! Great for some chai and chaat. Owner Priya is wonderful!
  • Order the palak patte ki chaat. Crunchy spinach leaves take the place of crackers in this chaat, and get topped with that saucy trio of yogurt, tamarind, and chili-mint.
  • Not sure what the hype is about. Lamb seekh Kabob and Pav bhaji did not taste good.
  • Cheap, quick and does the trick!
  • Free wifi here. Password: 1234desi
  • Try their 'off menu' specials!! Bryani and also the new this week special PAV BHAJI utterly fabulous!!
  • Excellent spinach fritters!
  • Checkout the Bollywood movies downstairs for extra Mumbai flavor.
  • Chat rolls are fresh and tasty. Ask for a side of tamarind if you get a slider for dipping.
  • Samosa chatt
  • Kati rolls were pretty great
  • The samosa I got was definitely refried so it was wayyy too greasy. The Kati roll itself is good. I would skip the combo plate and just double up on the Kati roll if you're hungry.
  • The green chutney they give you is soooo good and not overly spicy - ginger, cilantro, and onion from what I can detect. Use it on the kind of dry chicken and your roll will be amazing
  • Indian Deli! Podra haber pedido doble
  • really good chaat $5-6, kulfi and gulab jamun $3.29