50 N La Cienega Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA | Directions 9021134.066902 -118.375919
Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:30pm
Sunday - Friday: 5:30pm - 10:30pm
Saturday: 5:30pm - 11pm
Sunday: 11:30am - 3pm
Monday - Sunday: 5:30pm - 1am
Neighborhoods: Beverly Hills
Superb Indian! – I went in sort of unsure since this was Gaylord for many years and the food there was very average. As the meal unfolded, I came to realize this place was very special. The chef clearly knows what he is doing. Now, it's not traditional Indian at all. Some of the spices have been paired down for American palates, but they've accomplished this without sacrificing flavor. It's also not served family-style. I would highly recommend the lamb kebobs, the seabass, the crab cakes, the raita appetizer, the bread basket too for variety. Desserts utilize Indian spices as well, and they were good but the real deal was the apps and entrees. Someone also put a lot of thought into the wine list. It's not your typical Mondavi. There are actually wines on there that pair with the food. Full bar too, with interesting cocktails and Charbay vodka. The lounge features Indian fashion shows, Bollywood films and ... sports sometimes.
Best Indian buffet in town! AND at a very affordable price. I went back the next day and took my parents there the second they arrived in town.
Keep the Party Going – The best Indian Food Ever! It was delish. I will be back
Incredible Service – Our food came out on time and was prepared just right. I would recommend this place to a hungry person the portions are huge! For the music,,,I would recommend jazz or house and the people were cool.
Great Brunch – I've only gone here for brunch and it is the best Indian buffet in Los Angeles. Instead of cold food in a line up, this is elegant and refined cuisine. Highly recommended. Looking forward to trying it for dinner.
beautiful night out !!! – my first time in tanzore/gaylord I have to say I was really blown away by the quality of food, ambiance and service. the restaurant is just absolutely gorgeous. the most modern and swanky looking eatery i have come across and I have been to nice restaurants all over the world . for real connoisseurs of indian food this is the place to be. if u think all indian restaurants are created equal think again !!! I grew up in a restaurant family, dad was an incredibly talented chef and mom's food was always to die for ( i know everyone thinks their moms food is amazing, but my moms cooking was particularly amazing) I have visited the place 4-5 times now to get a real feel for the place, thinking i might find something to gripe about but, visit after visit I am amazed at the quality of food. from the the less traditional "crab tikki" ( an indian modern twist on the crab cake) to the more traditional chicken tikka makhni ( boneless peices of chicken breast cooked in creamy, ridiculosly awesome tomatoey sauce) so give the pastas and the steaks a rest and give this place a try... you will thank me ; )
This restaurant definitely does NOT deserve your business – Decided to try this restaurant last night for our son's 30th birthday. We were a party of six. We had one beer each, Chicken tandoor (2 small pieces),
Scallops, (3 to be precise) on top of white rice,
Lamb curry ( about 5 small pieces)
Chicken Tikka ( see above)
Chicken Masala (see above)
Vegetable platter, (adequate)
It had been our intent to order six main courses and "share".
As you can see barring another "Loaves and Fishes"event, sharing was difficult.
Total bill $260.00!!!!
To add insult to injury, one of the staff, in full view of us ordered a waiter to "hurry us up" because he wanted the table. I sought out the manager and pointed out the "rudeness and unprofessionalism" of his staff and received NOT ONE WORD OF APOLOGY!
At that point we had been at the table for approximately one hour.
Admittedly we are not the coiffured, "nipped and tucked" and lifted Beverley Hills crowd but on a field-trip from the suburbs (gasp!!!!)------Thousand Oaks.
Were we rowdy, loud , obnoxious? No, actually our table consisting of A PhD, two Doctoral Candidates, a Post Grad at UCLA a health professional and a law enforcement officer, We were truly the quietest in the place.
I originally come from Birmingham UK, and better Indian food can be had at any corner Indian restaurant for less than the cost of a beer at Tanzore ( $10.00 for Kingfisher)
Don't go to this restaurant, I know you can do better!
Not the greatest – I would not recommend this place. Gnat flying around on table sat on lassi. Rude indian waiter.
We had a great time! – We had a great time at Tanzore on a Saturday evening. The restaurant is beautiful with very pretty accents and gorgeous colors. The food was delicious... very flavorful! I ordered the Tandoori Tiger Prawns as an appetizer and the Tandoori Chicken as my entree. They were very tasty. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone who wants to try something different at a very pretty restaurant! =)
Fantastic Dining Experience! – Just had dinner last night at Tanzore and has a wonderful experience. Though the restaurant was fairly busy the service, the food and the atmosphere were first rate. Seared tuna and avocado - yum! salmon - yum! We love the lounge too.
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