This place is located in Chinatown. It's famous for it's pizza and it was mentioned on the tour of Chinatown that I went on.
I thought that there would be a huge wait for this place but we were seated in 20 minutes! They have tons of seating available. The outside looks deceptively small!
The pizza was amazing. I'd recommend the regular cheese pizza. The red sauce is very tasty. I don't usually notice the sauce when eating a slice, but this was delicious! I also had a white pizza, but I didn't like that very much.
This place has one of the last coal fired ovens in the area. These oven burn at much higher temperatures and were banned because they caused so many fires. The pizza's get cooked in under three minutes. The crust tastes very different, it's good in a hard to describe way.
Initially, this place looked really unfriendly to vegetarians. But we modified some pasta dishes and were very happy with the results.
I got the pan fried mushrooms as a side, they were pure salty goodness and went very well with the pastas. I got some pasta that had bell peppers and mushrooms and I asked them to add jalepenos and onions, it had some kind of cajun sauce. It normally comes with chicken but I asked them to remove it.
It was delicious! The bell peppers were still nice and crunchy and not overcooked at all.
Also, the bread and butter were wonderful. I could have made a meal out of the bread and whipped butter
This place has spectacular food! The Paneer in tomato cream sauce was finger licking good! The garlic naan was amazing. The service was impeccable
I'm puzzled by how poor the Mango Lassi was. It was mostly yogurt with very little mango in it? Also, the Malai Kofta was kind of dry and not very tasty
This place is also on the pricy side, about $25 per person
Very friendly and hard working. Did a great job with the inside and the outside of the car. They cleaned the hinges of the trunk, dug out stuff stuck underneath the drivers seat, polished the dashboards. Overall, I thought they did a very through job
Went here to celebrate a friend's engagement. The fried rice was very good and the hibachi was only okay. There is free ice cream available at the end of the meal but you have to ask for it. (If it's free, shouldn't they ask you if you want it?)
The reason to go to a place like this to be entertained by the person that is cooking your food. Our chef was pretty tame, not awful but also not worth the trip to go see him.
On the other hand, the chef for the table next to us was awesome! We were laughing at the jokes that we were overhearing. If you get that guy, this is a 5 star restaurant!
Went to this place on a Saturday night and it was quite empty. Only two tables were occupied.
The mango lassi was mediocre but the garlic naan and the malai kofta were excellent. The samosa's were also quite good.
One thing to note, the service was very awkward. We had to ask for the check twice. The waiters would make awkward conversation with you. It's a little uncomfortable even though you can tell that they mean well.
I went here to watch a Celtics playoff game with some friends and I was very impressed!
This place has tons of big screen TVs. There isn't any place in the bar where you don't have a view of several TVs. They also have very plush booths that can sit 6 people. Each booth has it's own private TV mounted right in the booth. Very cool
I ordered the nacho's and they were amazing. Though they were way to large for one person to finish and my stomach regrets trying.