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lovessushi Sep 6, 2011 07:51 PM

Hello!
Has anyone tried this? Any good? Highly appealing that everything's under $10.00, but I don't want to find awful food for that price either-

Thank you!

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Old Delhi
101 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10016

  1. jeremyhfisher Sep 8, 2011 12:39 PM

    Ate there for lunch today: delicious samosa and good aloo papri chaat. Based on the quality of the samosa, would go for samosa chaat on my next visit.

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      comiendosiempre Sep 8, 2011 06:46 PM

      Funny, I just saw a blurb about this spot today and looked at their website. It appears like a great option. We like Bhalti Grill, the other spot these owners have. Will have to try it soon.

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        Lau Sep 9, 2011 10:43 AM

        yah im kind of excited about this place....i love chaat and im hoping their chaat is good...might try it this weekend

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          lovessushi Sep 9, 2011 02:14 PM

          Ooh - thanks for the feedback! I'm excited to try it :)

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            Lau Sep 9, 2011 06:40 PM

            well havent been there yet, but ill write a post as soon as i go

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              francesb Oct 8, 2011 02:57 PM

              I ate lunch there today. This is possibly the worst-designed restaurant I've ever been to.

              That said, bhel puri, samosa chaat, chole kulchi, and the kashmiri chicken roll were all really good (fyi, that's WAY too much food for two people, and I'll be eating chickpeas for breakfast). The masala chai is not masala. Highly recommend.

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                JungMann Oct 10, 2011 07:01 AM

                I stopped by for a quick snack. Like Francesb says, this is a hole-in-the-wall, though it was no different when they were a kabab shop. Their publicist has done a very fine job hyping this place -- I was almost under the impression that this was a new 50-seater rather than a refab of a shop I once knew. That said, their samosas are tasty; the spicing is different than what I'm used to, though the dough was a bit soft, which was also a problem with the onion bhaji. This is fast food, so I would've been pleasantly surprised if they fried their food to order, but one can always hope. I'll have to go back to try some rolls, but so far I think this may end up being one of the better kabab shops on the block.

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          AgentUmami Oct 10, 2011 10:28 AM

          Headed there today with high hopes for the pani puri.

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