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108 Lexington Ave (btwn 27th & 28th St.)
New York, NY 10016
(212) 679-1284
$ $
Mon–Thu: Noon–Midnight Fri–Sat: Noon–1:00 AM Sun: Noon–10:30 PM

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  • Try the crunchy purani delhi ki papri chaat, composed of a layer of fried wheat discs piled with chickpeas and diced potatoes. Its one of our #100best dishes and drinks of 2011.
  • 5 stars! One of the best Indian meals I've ever had. A MUST try. Can't wait to go back
  • The lunch buffet is great and very affordable!
  • Best bang-for-your buck Indian lunch buffet in Curry Hill. Also, unlike the South Indian places in the hood, it's not exclusively vegetarian.
  • Go to Dhaba at lunchtime for delicious Indian buffet in a setting you won't be embarrassed to bring your friends and guests to.
  • Chef curry with the pot boi
  • Lamb was awesome. Make sure they keep it on the rare side!
  • Lamb rhogan josh is excellent.
  • Get the butter paneer. Kind of an unexpectedly loud atmosphere for an indian restaurant but it was awesome. The music made me want to dance. (4 of 4 petals via Fondu)
  • Great Indian, horrible service. Still, the food's good enough we keep coming back
  • Try the garlic naan
  • The chicken tikka masala, pretty damn good.
  • Come for the lunch buffet. Off the chain.
  • Incredibly good lunch buffet. Relatively cheap.
  • The lunch buffet is totally worth it. The saag paneer and chicken tikka masala were great!
  • Authentic northern Indian food! Get a bunch of things to share. Really hard to go wrong.
  • Go for the chicken tikka masala...
  • The service can be a little slow, but let your waiter know the flavors you like and let him pick. Great stuff.
  • Has the only thing Malai Marke is missing - a great lunch buffet. Food is just as good if not better. Same owners.
  • Lunch Buffet, Tikka Masala, sag paneer