17 West 45th St, New York, NY | Directions 1001840.756012 -73.980306
Neighborhoods: Midtown Center, Midtown
Horrible – Worst service and food. Terrible experience, total waste of time. Food was bad, the staff was rude, food took an hour to get out with no one there. Will never go back. I am Jain, this is a disgrace.
Lunch buffet - a total waste – I tried the buffet at Sukhadias last week and it was an absolute disappointment. Since I do cook Indian food pretty often, I know when the food is stale and the appetizer definitely was old stuff re-fried. There was hardly any variety - all of five badly made dishes. The dessert was the same as the drink - thickened mango smoothie. The mango drink was made with mango essence and definitely had no real mango in it. The food didn't agree with me at all and felt quie sick later.
Great find in Times Square for vegetarians and others who like good Indian food. – Staying at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square for a conference I didn't expect to find a wonderful inexpensive Indian restaurant nearby. I just hoped to find a place with vegetarian food within walking distance. Anyway I found this place right away through a Google search for vegetarian restaurants near Times Square.This is not a fancy place but it's lovely and authentic and if you ask for suggestions you get good advice. We ordered an appetizer, two mango lassis, and two (generously sized) main courses with papadums, rice, and raita and were able to have a quick and delicious dinner for under $30.00 for two - less than the typical Indian restaurant in Boston and better than most. They have quite a lot of choice on the menu, very good chaats, and a large choice of sweets. Sukhadia is a terrific discovery and highly recommended.
Indian In all its greatness – I saw this delightful place on NYC TV, they were not lying when they said delicious. I?d say absolutely Fabulous. it?s a vegetarians dream come true when it comes to food and not to mention the desserts, plus all natural. Beautiful I love it. The people are as great as their food. My mouth is watering as I am writing this ;) Yes, you must visit!
Great food at inexpensive prices; excellent location close to Theater district – My wife and I came across this restaurant as we were seeking to get a quick bite before watching a show. What a delight! As we were in a hurry, the hostess pointed out the items on the menu that would be quickest to order, and in no time, we were enjoying really wonderful Indian food. Would greatly recommend it as a place for an inexpensive, quick meal. As a purely vegeterian restaurant, the menu offers some very healthy choices. The restaurant's decor is similar to a traditional diner, including a front counter with goodies for those with a sweet tooth. Highly recommend it!
great indian restaurant – came here for lunch the other day. wonderful buffet, the owner is very friendly, and the restaurant is very cute. the indian food tasted fresh and delicious. looking forward to coming back.
Ok food, terrible service – My colleague and I (both indians) went to get some take out at sukhadia because work was busy and we were starving. We thought this would be the quickest and fastest way to get some indian food. Boy were we wrong. First of, the cashier was so rude, that she wouldn't even look at me when I was trying to ask her a question. And after five minutes of ignoring me, she says 'what do you want to order?'. I ordered Samosas and Bhell. My colleague took the smart route and went with the buffet. Unfortunately for her they gave her cold bread. As for me, I didn't realize that we had to pack our own take out as well. After five minutes of me waiting for my food, the cashier rudely tells me to get my own samosas ( no joke!!). To make matters worse, she never placed my order for bhel. Which leaves me waiting for another 10 minutes. So we are already there for 20 mins (without food). So much for quick run for food. To make matters worse, as my colleague is paying for her food, a non indian patron comes along to pay for her meal, the cashier completely ignores my colleague's bill (keeps her waiting) and greets the non indian patron. I didn't know racism existed within the same race. So my advise, if you're indian and want to go to this place, give yourself lot of time, patience, and don't expect to be greeted with a smile...
Best Indian Food in NY! – We have been going to Sukhadia in NY since it opened. This is the very best vegetarian Indian food! The curries have excellent flavor and are not overly spicy. The paneer dishes are generous with paneer. The dosas are crisp and light. The chai is made perfectly!
We have been there for lunch, for dinner and take out, too. The service is always friendly. This is a small, family owned business and it is not pretentious. We always get a box of sweets to take home.
Great Food, Great Service – The taste of the food is incredible. So many different choices, and they have great flavor. This Indian Restaurant is very unique in the style that they have going. I love that they have a buffet. The room upstairs is gorgeous, and the restaurant itself is romantic. They have delicious desserts to choose from. Sukhadias is a wonderful vegetarian indian food experience.
used to be good when it opened.
Food stinks now.
Please avoid at all costs.
This was the only time I walked into an Indian restaurant, paid for a buffet and walked out hungry.
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