About this Business
11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Groupon was "redeemed" because restaurant is closed. Not sure what purpose there was in asking me to review a restaurant which is no longer in business.
Looks like they have a new chef. The shrimp was not fresh and the Naan was like flat bread.
Food was ok, but my friend had a diarrhea for a couple of days after the buffet lunch. Service was good.
Things that can boost their business...by making the whole dining-in experience more pleasant.
1. Clean up and bus tables after customers have left..the restaurant was empty but the tables were cluttered with dishes
2. Have music playing ...it was too quiet...every word echoed in the space...every conversation could be heard clearly from across the room
3. Repaint the interior...maybe the random mural was left over from the previous business who leased the space?
We appeared for Sunday lunch and the buffet was canceled. We returned on a weekday and again the buffet was not offered. Without charge we were allowed dishes up to the cost of the buffet. There was no point in having purchased a groupon. This is bad.
To be fair I'll say that the staff were attentive and the food both tasty and abundant. The restaurant was empty both times. Apparently most of their business is by delivery.
We wish them success but will not return.
clean. cold. menu not well organized. food is just okay.
Really tasty Naan and Chicken Tikka Masala! Fun to bring in your own beers too.
The food was great . The atmosphere needed help. The waiter needed more help in the personality category . If u don't know Indian food very well .. the waiter couldn't explain it either . I asked what this dish was , all
He could say was chicken ??? Really ???
From Our Editors
Vivid hues are woven throughout MooDee's Indian Cuisine's interior, most notably in the form of quirky, cartoon vegetables dotting the walls. The eatery's authentic Indian fare, however, is just as colorful. Plus, there are options for omnivores and vegetarians alike. Read on to learn about a few:
- Soup: Bowls of rasam, a South Indian soup, use tamarind juice as a base, combined with tomatoes, chili peppers, and a host of seasonings.
- Appetizer: Vegetable manchurians, or deep-fried vegetable balls, are served dry or slathered in a soy-sauce gravy.
- Entree: The vivid orange tone that brightens the flavorful pindi chole, a classic Punjabi dish, is a result of cooking white chickpeas and chana dal with a cloth bag filled with spices and tea leaves.
- Appetizer: Whet your appetite with seven boti kebabs made with intensely marinated mutton pieces.
- Biryani: This traditional mixed-rice entree combines basmati rice, rich Indian spices, and the protein of your choice, with options ranging from goat to chicken to prawns.
- Entree: Heaps of chili powder help create a spicy madras curry served with juicy chicken.
MooDeeS Indian Cuisine