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One of the finest Indian restaurants in Denver areas. We have tried both of their vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian food and without a doubt they have the best taste than any other Indian restaurants in Colorado. Very authentic taste and would definitely recommend to whoever wants to taste authentic Indian food. Just a little expensive, but it is worth the quality of the food they provide so don’t really mind.
What can I say about food that is served from the heart, no adjective can do justice, we were visiting Denver for fall break and found this little gem, we were so glad we found such authentic Indian fare in Denver that we visited this place every single day we were there. We had barota kurma which was a flavor bomb, we had it multiple times, we also tried the potato fry, okra kaara kuzhambu and a humongous family dosa and Navratan kurma.
This place is just so good. It has our favorite dish of all, the kottu parata. The place was nice and clean. The food portions are gigantic. The prices are comparatively affordable. I wish knew about this place earlier. I simply have nothing to complain about the food. For me it tasted authentic. This will be our new favorite Indian restaurant in Denver.
Ordered here twice. Best ambience compared to other Indian restaurants I’ve been to in Denver. Tried Chicken Kothu Paratha: The portion was generous and teo of could eat 2 meals with that. And it was so tasty. Chicken Sukka: This appetizer is our favorite. Its not so dry and not so wet. Perfect flavors and very yummy. Must try.
Yum! Everything tastes so good! And there's so much to choose from and they're all great! No weak dishes. Chicken 65 is a savory dish and just the thought makes me drool. The parotta is a lovely bread with a full dish of masala. Finally, we had the biriyani and that fed me for other meals as leftovers.