Folsom >Food & Dining > Ruchi Indian Cuisine
601 E Bidwell St, Folsom, CA | Directions 9563038.672329 -121.163653
monday 11:00-22:00, tuesday 11:00-22:00, wednesday 11:00-22:00, thursday 11:00-22:00, friday 11:00-22:00, saturday 11:00-22:00, sunday 11:00-22:00
Watch for hair in your food, Ruchi has good south Indian dishes, the restaurant is nice & clean but the food quality has gone down recently. We visited Ruchi on Jan 3rd for diner hair in serving plate and in food as well, did not mention the 2nd one to the waiter.
We ordered a mix grill which had only a shrimp tail in it and the fish was not fresh at all. Bread (Nan) they served was not fresh baked neither, seemed to be left over. I suggest they should learn from other Indian restaurants to serve fresh baked Nan.My wife and I decided not to go there again.
Found chicken piece in chenna masala in Ruchi Indian Cuisine – After rain hit cricket match :( team decided to go to lunch in Ruchi Indian Cuisine. Food was good but few of my teammates who is pure vegetarians found small chicken pieces in channa masala( which used to be vegetarian curry). We shown it to Manager (maybe he is owner of restaurant) but manager started making stories and we knows that he is cooking up stories instead taking care of customers. I recommend that if you want vegetarian food in Ruchi then try to avoid.
Great South Indian & North Indian Cuisine. – Ruchi has an unique combination of great South Indian such as Dosas, Idlis & Uttapam & savvy North Indian Cuisine such as Chicken Tikka Masala & Chicken Makhanni & Nans.
Owner/Manager listens to complains & corrects them fast. Lots of freebies such as pickles, papadpum & Indian salads.
Will go out of my way to go to Ruchi. Please do not change.
Excellent Catering and Great Food. – Recently we had Priya Restaurant catered food for our function with about 110 guests. Food was delicious, and great. Lot of guests appreciated quality of great food. Good service too and they delivered food on time. I recommend this to all.
WORST FOOD EVER – The food at Priya is an insult to Indian cooking. The Nans ordered were either uncooked or burnt. The samosas were frozen. I wanted to give them a second chance, just to be sure but my experience the second time around was even worse. I rather go hungry than eat at Priya.
Priya has the best Indian food in California that we have found. My husband is from England, and we eat a lot of Indian when we are in England, and are pretty spoiled when it comes to great Indian cooking. The decor is so bad its kitschy (venetian blinds, bright lights, a wide-screen playing Bollywood), but the family run restaurant has great food, good service, local draft beers, and is a good value. The lunch buffet is extemely popular. Try a Masala Dosa as an appetizer, they will cut it up for your guests.
Excellent Indian! – As someone who has been to well over a dozen Indian restaurants, I can tell you that Priya does it right. Nothing else about the place is worth bragging about, but the food is fantastic. Full of flavor and spicy as it should be. The Chicken Tikka Masala is killer, so are the Samosas. One of my favorite places for take-out.
Great take out – coming from SF my wife and I were pleasantly surprised by the quality of the food. This ranks higher than Masala (in SF). Palek paneer is great, the masala dishes are spicy but not overwhelming. Naan and rice for two are thrown in with each meal. Overall, the food is really good! The ambience needs a major overall, which is why we recommend take out
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