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Posted by the shah house on 2011-10-11
This is the best place with the best prices and quality food. the service is a bit slow, but it is SOOO worth it!! i loved this place in the first visit, we always have leftovers from any order, and that is with 2 adults and a 3 year old. Imajine getting
Posted by Maria C. on 2010-09-07
We were randomly walking on Devon Ave. looking for a new place to eat, what reeled us in was the price, but what made us fans was the amazing food! You won't believe the quality of food you get for the price you pay, I highly recommend the restaurant!
Posted by MJ on 2007-03-05
Ghareeb Nawaz offers up some of the best food in the city! We pick up food at this small dingy little restaurant 2-3 times a week and absolutely love it! While most of the menu is meat-orientated there is a decent number of vegetarian dishes - they prep
Posted by vespahulb on 2007-03-01
I stumbled into Ghareeb Nawaz when I first moved into Chicago about 6 years ago. I was on a whirlwind bike tour of Devon and stopped into every little restaurant and shop for a bite to eat. On the outskirts of Devon, on my way home, I stumbled into this
Posted by pardesi on 2006-11-17
My review won't be too dissimilar to the other reviews. If you like Moghul (North Indian) food - here's a spot. It's very authentic, so those who don't tolerate spice beware. The quality and value are incredible. Perhaps the best meal in the city for
Posted by Al on 2006-09-08
I love this place. First, It is opened almost 24 hours a day. Most food items are very good in comparison with other traditional desi restaurants and it is very cheap. I am talking about dirt cheap. Actually, the restaurant name "Gareeb" means poor but do
Posted by Food is sooooo good! on 2006-05-23
This place has the some of the best desi food on Devon! I have seen people who drive all the way from Indiana and Wisconsin every weekend just for their chicken biryani! The prices are amazing too...you can pretty much feed your whole family for under $10
Posted by Ali on 2006-05-15
This place is great. I love the food, it is really authentic and cheap.
However, it can be a bit too spicy for people who are not familiar with food from the Indian Sub-Continent.
I would suggest -
Try the Kebob plate which comes roti (pita bread)