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Posted by Uptwnchgo on 09/03/2011
The location can be a turn off along with the entrance through the grocery store, but the food is well prepared and inexpensive. Restaurant is nothing special, but you go for the inexpensive food. Service was a bit slow, but staff helpful. Ordered the samosas which were large and tasty. Aloo Gobi, Nehari, Tandori chicken were all great dishes. A week later, ordered online. Food delivered hot and quick Nice to not have to travel all the way up to Devon Ave for cheap food or head to River North for more expensive food.
Posted by Wangpo on 09/29/2008
This my favorite place it eat in Chicago. Their Aloo Parata rocks my socks every time I take a bite out of it. What can I say..
Posted by Marwan on 12/06/2007
I know the title sounds a bit hyperbolic, but as a Chicago native whose love affair with Pakistani food began here, this place is very close to my heart. The food is certainly authentic, but also inviting - try the frontier chicken, karahi ghost (goat curry), bhindi masala (okra - sure to change your perception of that vegetable forever) and the palak (spinach). Hands down, one of the finest and cheapest meals in Chicago. The servers are very friendly, even if you aren't Pakistani. They just opened a "family space" adjacent to the main area where all the cabbies sit so you don't have to feel awkward if you aren't South Asian. Enjoy!
Posted by Shawn on 08/08/2006
This is mostly a place to "Take Out" food, the place isn't very attractive. I have only ordered the Chicken and Vegetable dishes, which were surprising good. Their Samosas are large, inexpensive and good.