Good food. Definitely spicy. Especially enjoyed the dosas and specialty appetizers
We were very happy with our dining experience. The first thing we noticed was that we were the only ones eating that were not of Indian ancestery-which to us was a good sign :) We always like to order a Mango Lassi and theirs was the best we,ve ever had! The person taking our order went out of her way to make sure we got what we wanted/had a great dining experience. Thanks!
Very gracious hostes but it ends there. The place is a hole in the wall food court, The floor needs a good cleaning. Décor is very depressing. No wine or liquor is served. The food prices were high but not good quality. Don't buy this Groupon, buy The Dancing Genesha instead. I did not eat the food in the restaurant as I couldn't stand being in the place. my wife refused to stay. I tried to eat the food at home but ended up throwing it in the trash.
They messed up my order. Food quantity was very small. Had wring prices online.
From Our Editors
The scent of herbs and spices begins sneaking out of the doorway at Spicy Touch Indian Grill at 8 a.m. every day. Staff start serving their South Indian food at breakfast time, making dosas—a South Indian–style crepe—stuffed with onions, eggs, or masala. Once the lunch hour begins, they set out a sampling of quick-service Indian dishes such as biryanis, goat curry, and naan for clients to heap onto waiting platters. At dinner, however, chefs pull out all the stops. They cook up aromatic dishes, such as the baby eggplant in a coconut curry sauce, as well as choices of tikka, chettinad, or vindaloo sauce. Throughout the day, staff serve a variety of drinks, from masala tea to mango lassis and almond milk given away by altruistic baby almonds.
Spicy Touch Indian Grill