5147 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA | Directions 1522440.464985 -79.941212
Mon. - Sun. 5am - 10pm
Feel disappointed and ripped-off – While the food was tasty, but it is not worth the price 4.5 bite-seized pieces of lamb and 2 smaller pieces of potato in the Lamb Vindaloos for $10. Seriously?! First and Last time going there.
never a bad thing yet – I have been to Peoples a couple times. Each time purposefully trying something new. So far they make me love their food consistently. Great food, good service, nice place. Very comfortable.
I want to like People's – I used to like People's. I WANT to like People's. But my husband and I both get sick when we eat there. It might be a certain spice. I haven't heard of ANYONE else getting sick from People's. The service great. The atmosphere is great. The location is great. The atmosphere is great for two people conversing or a number of friends.
Avoid on anyday – Even if somebody gives me million dollars i would not go there and eat in it. Case and Point; We asked for hot sauce and he gave me raw chilli "powder" to subsitute for hot and the only thing it was good was chick (mutton) ,onions and water...
Stellar restaurant – The food is fantastic, the staff is friendly and accomodating, nice atmosphere. If you have never been there, you should definitely check it out.
When lunchtime arrives here, parking can get dicey. – The Scene
This small shop offers a popular lunch buffet seven days a week. The quality of food is high, and the choices change on a regular basis. There are a fair number of regulars at the tables, and what brings them back is the moist and tender tandoori chicken, wrapped in nan, perhaps mixed with a chutney or pickle.
In addition, there are other dishes on the steam table, often a vindaloo, or if it's your lucky day, a korma dish with a mellow and rich cream and butter sauce. There are usually two or three breads, plus a number of vegetarian dishes, usually involving cauliflower, potatoes and other good things. At dinner, foods are cooked to order, it's less crowded, and exceptionally inexpensive. Try the mulligatawny soup, enjoy the chicken korma and, for the brave, the vindaloo spiced to a level 10.
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