My only issue was the lighting and being able to read the menu everyone at the table wished they had better reading glasses. If I could have been able to read the menu better we would have had a better understanding of the descriptions. I would recommend bigger print and less gloss on the menus, for the middle aged to aging population.
Excellent food and drinks!
Went for lunch at 1 pm. Lunch buffet was offered but most dishes looked like they had been out for a long time and were not fresh.
On entrees from the menu, I have been offered choice of mild, medium or hot spicy. In the past, dishes have been milder than expected. This time we ordered both "medium hot." One was not spicy at all, the second was mild-medium.
On each visit the service has been friendly and good.
The medium spicy was quite mild, but good. Next time we'll order spicy, I guess. Though we ordered 4 different sauces, they weren't as distinct from one another as I'd hoped.
Asked for medium spices in both entrees. One entree was fine but the other was too spicy to eat. Also, the seafood was way overdone.
loved this restaruant and will go back
We said we do like this restaurant and hope to make it a regular for us.
Servers should tell you before you get a refill that you have to pay for another soft drink
As always everything was wonderful.
From Our Editors
At first glance, Guru Bar & Grill gives off the impression of a cozy pub considering its exposed brick walls and dim lighting. But deeper inside, the aromatic scent of exotic spices that fills the air clues diners in on Guru's specialty: Indian cuisine. From marinated-chicken masala and lamb curry to spicy shrimp vindaloo and vegetarian aloo gobhi, diners can enjoy a spread of authentic Indian eats for lunch and dinner. Inside the clay oven, 15 types of bread heat up, including potato- and herb-stuffed naan and whole wheat roti. For a sweet ending, servers hand over treats such as mango ice cream and housemade rice pudding infused with cardamom flavors.
Guru Bar & Grill