1842 E Joppa Rd, Parkville, MD | Directions 2123439.400180 -76.551345
Monday 11:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Tuesday 11:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Wednesday 11:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Thursday 11:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Friday 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Saturday 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Sunday 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
I was happy with lunch buffet. I will go back to have dinne – I have tried Kitchen of India's lunch buffet while a co-worker took me there for lunch.
The ambience was relaxing with soft music and the food was amazing. There were some extra ordinary vegetables that i have tried for the first time like eggplants, cabbage with coconut, plaintin etc. the tandoori Chicken was very moist and tasty so was the chicken curry. The server brought a freshly baked naan on the table which was awsome. i took a glimpse of the menu and found they have started serving indian style tandoori Lobsters. i will definitely try the Dinner with my family.
I visit Kitchen of India in regular basis – I visit Kitchen of India in regular basis. Their food and service is always tasty and pleasant. I never found any inconsistency in service and food.They work really hard to keep it up.
Unique Food and Decoration***** – I have heard a lot about kitchen of India but did not care to try it. However i just came back from work and did not wanted to cook so gave it a try. Its unique in food and decoration should have been tried it before. Good that they are Zagat rated.
best indian food in town – There are several places to enjoy in Baltimore, MD. Whether you are here for vacation or are staying in Baltimore if you are craving for some good authentic Indian (Spicy) food at reasonable price then you do not have to look any further.
Located in Northern Baltimore County, Kitchen of India, is one of the best places to enjoy some good spicy or non spicy food. If you like Indian food then
Kitchen of India
Baltimore, MD 21234
United States of America your search is over. The prices are very reasonable and food is excellent in taste.
There is a lunch buffet available which provides variety of dishes vegetarian as well as non vegetarian. The price for buffet is $6.95 for weekdays and $9.95 for weekends. There are enough food for vegetarians also. The taste of food is extremely good and you may even lick your fingers!!!
In the evening it becomes a cozy dining restaurant and you have to order whatever you want. Buffet is only for lunch and not for dinner. The food is available in different levels of spiciness. Low, Medium, Medium hot, Hot and Indian Hot are different levels of spiciness. Low and medium spiciness are pretty much good for any normal person. If you want medium spicy I would recommend you go with Medium Hot to Hot. If you love really spicy food than Indian Hot is the alternative. The restaurant prepares food with great care and one can know that by tasting there food... Excellent quality of food with reasonable price is an attractive offer.
Punjabi style cuisine is its main style and serves different appetizer and desserts. Menu also shows vegetarian dishes on one side so that there is no confusion about them. I am vegetarian and have tasted 4-5 vegetables and they are all very good. The servers are polite and treat you well. Food also arrives in good time and there are no delays under normal circumstances. I have gone there 5 times and I have received food always on time. One of there main difference is when you purchase any vegetable you can get either rice or bread free with it. Most of the Indian restaurant give you rice but never offer you bread free with vegetable.
taste of india inparkville – At Kitchen of India, pleasant surprises among good, mostly familiar dishes
By Richard Gorelick
Special to The Baltimore Sun
July 16, 2009
Tucked inside Kitchen of India's leatherette menu is a page of five appetizers and six entrees titled "New Additions." I wouldn't be surprised if this page with the same items, give or take an appetizer, has been inserted like this since Kitchen of India opened two years ago. (The Indian-Nepalese restaurant Mount Everest used to have this location before it relocated to Nottingham.) If so, then that's pretty smart marketing. We tried, and liked, a few things off of the New Additions page, but I don't think we would have if they had been listed under "Chef Specialties."
One of the things we tried, pani poori, I don't remember seeing in another area Indian restaurant. Street snacks in India, they'd make great appetizers to pass around at a party. Served seven to a plate, each hollowed out flour-and-wheat shell is stuffed with spiced mashed potatoes. They get dipped into a masala-spiced water and then popped whole into the mouth. Finding something new on an Indian restaurant menu isn't easy, and it was a good feeling to be surprised.
We also liked another New Addition appetizer, keema naan, which is the traditional bread but stuffed with spiced ground lamb. Savory bits of lamb are distributed throughout the bread, so each bite is delicious. This is a savory treat that does show up with some frequency, but somehow I never think to order it. Another new appetizer, shrimp pakora, was not as refreshing or stimulating as the other two. It was very familiar stuff.
A lot of Kitchen of India is familiar, mostly in a good way. As nice as it was to try new things, the reality is that most of us go looking for our favorites in a place like Kitchen of India, things like chana masala, chicken Jalfrezi and lamb korma.
Even so, we found for our entrees a few dishes that struck us as relative novelties. One of these, a luxurious dish called chicken Xacuti, was described on the menu as being "cooked South Indian style with coconut and mustard seed." Another was a fiery goat Balti, for which the meat gets sauteed with garlic, ginger and tomatoes in a woklike vessel called a karahi. The inclusion of a few goat dishes was another menu surprise, and the Balti preparation is available for both lamb and chicken as well. All of our entrees, which also included a lamb vindaloo, arrived at the table in particularly handsome and coppery tabletop food warmers, a nice touch.
We were pretty full by the time we got to these entrees, and for summer eating, they're heavy going. (The three of us had also tried an appetizer of potato-stuffed samosas, which had a clean-fried taste to them.) They may have sounded different on the menu, but they tasted more or less like other similar preparations in similar restaurants.
For whatever reason, our enthusiasm flagged, just a bit - no permanent converts to Balti or Xacuti
Awful service and overpriced small portions – I've dined in at this restaurant and even tried the carry-out. Both times service was horrible. The portions are small compared to other Indian restaurants. The manager has a horrible attitude when you try to talk to him. And the food is never consistent; if you order the same dish, it tastes different every time. Don't waste your time going here!
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