Go hungry cause you want to eat alot!
Butter chicken is the best
Great restaurant -- can hardly wait to eat there again!
Very overpriced and extremely small portions. Good food but definitely not worth the money. Service was friendly but very slow. I won't be going back to Guru.
Waitress very knowledgeable about the menu. The cauliflower appetizer is a must.
Very Very disappointed for a place like that. I was expecting a lot more and thinking of going there again with the whole family if it would have been nice.
Great food, enthusiastic waiter just very sweaty
My problem is that I'd bought a Groupon for myself and one for my sister to use on the same night. When we went to redeem my sister's I couldn't retrieve it as it said it had been redeemed. Of course, we knew that it hadn't. I don't know if this is a problem with the restaurant, Groupon, or myself. Either way, I emailed Groupon but haven't heard back yet.
Our server was great! We will be going back.
Very professional, friendly staff. We will be back!
From Our Editors
Deependra Singh became passionate about cooking while growing up in his hometown of Jaipur, India. The executive chef of Guru Restaurant & Bar enriches each dish with unexpected flavours and artful presentation, which earned him a silver medal at the 2011 Gold Medal Plates competition. Guru’s dinner menu holds a smorgasbord of traditional Indian fare—including housemade garlic naan, shrimp curry, tandoori chicken, and several vegetarian items—whereas an oft-changing lunch menu offers a smaller selection of more unusual dishes such as naan paninis. In addition to a mocha-toned dining room and a summertime patio, the eatery rents two private dining areas that can entertain 8–22 guests with televisions, audio-visual equipment, and holograms of flying elephants.
Guru Restaurant & Bar