Cuisine Of India

(847) 718-1522 | View Website

2348 S Elmhurst Rd, Mt Prospect, IL | Directions   60056

42.023647 -87.940521

Open Hours

Daily Mon-Sun 11:30am-3pm; Mon-Sun 5pm-10pm

 
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Cuisine Of India
Menu
Tomato Soup, Shorba E' Dhania Mirch, Daal Soup, Hot & Sour Soup (indo -chiness Style), Samosa, Pakora, Paneer Tikka, Tandoori Chicken, Boti Kebab, Kebab Sampler... more

Reviews for Cuisine Of India

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Foreign objects – This is my usual Indian restaurant. However, recently discovered a metal wire in my second helping. I brought it to the attention of the employee and was told that I deserve no discount or free meal because I already had one plate of food.

Wow.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Good food; outdated menu – I just got some take out--the food was very good. I should know; I go to India a lot and spend a lot of time with Indians here. The problem was when I got the bill, every item was a dollar more than on the on-line menu published by this service. Someone screwed up. They need to update their menus--and prices--or give me a refund for overcharging.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

CUSINE OF INDIA – Well, people think this restaurant is clean, but in reality if you go into there kitchen, it is nasty up there. The plates are not clean or properly dishwashed while the food is made in horrible and nasty environment. On the other side, the spices they use may seem delicious, but they often cause problems in your body if you consume it a lot. WORST PLACE TO EAT EVER

Recommends
over a year ago

Editorial Review – Casual and quiet, this Indian eatery attracts spice seekers of all ages and persuasions.

Recommends
3.5
over a year ago

Enjoyable Indian Cuisine My Friend – Cuisine of India offers 2 generous all-you-can-eat buffets at lunch and dinner. The diner with a spicier palate will probably enjoy the food better than those who prefer milder seasonings. This restaurant is ideal for vegetarians who will enjoy the chana pindi, shahi paneer, and dum aloo. The names may sound exotic but many of the dishes combine onions, tomatoes, and a spicy gravy. Nevertheless, they do accommodate meat lovers too with dishes like rogan josh, dal gosht, and murgh curry (lamb and chicken). Mango flavored ice-cream makes a nice touch for dessert.

 

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