Reviews written by Deborah
Registered on Feb 24 08
Sorry to say this potentially wonderful Indian cafe has gone nowhere but downhill of late. In early Jan we stopped for dinner - no dosai, no mango lasso, no wine, no apologies. We left. A month later our son was begging for dosai again so we called up to make sure they were open and serving dosai first. However, when we got there they were out of just about everything else - lassis, wine, and good service. The dosai was burned and the sambar was cold. There were only 2 tables when we got there at 6 pm on a Sunday evening. Three other potentials came in while we were dining and all of them left before ordering. One table because the waiter never even talked to them. My husband thinks its a front for something else. Who knows? Just don't go there. Drive another ten miles and go to Nala Pak on Central Ave. Their dosais are awesome and the service is lovely.
We love the staff, food and service at NalaPak. They have tons of different types of dosai. We drive 25 minutes to dine there at least once or twice a month. My husband was born in South India and we've spent a lot of time there. I think it's very down-home. You always see lots of Indians and they have cricket on the tv.