I just wanted to contribute to the positive reviews. This is the perfect place for one of my fave comfort foods: shrimp wonton soup!
Though it's not an ideal spot for a fancy dinner (see others' reviews of decor), it's definitely worth a visit for a quick, basic meal. The service is fast, the prices are low, the food is reliable and the wonton are delicious.
I used to always order delivery from Amaya Express, but I finally made the effort to go to the restaurant. The service was great and the food was delicious (LOVE their butter chicken). I was a bit surprised by the restaurant's layout but it had a nice atmosphere. The only thing I wasn't mad about was the mango lassi. Theirs was a bit more juicy, while I usually like it to be more heavy on the yogurt side.
We had the saag panneer (yum!), shrimp curry (ok) and a couple of us had the gourmet taste platter which had a nice range of things to try.
I'll definitely be coming back here!
I went there with a couple of friends and had a pretty good meal.
Based on other the yelp posts, we got the kamponggi which was delish! We ordered the seafood version of this, not realizing that the sauce was the same, but it was still good! I think I might prefer the seafood one better. I also tried soondubu (tofu soup) for the first time and thought it was yummy but my friends said it usually comes with an egg, which it didn't here. Perhaps you have to ask for one?
All in all, I enjoyed the food there but considering the number of restaurants in that area I'll probably try out a few others before returning.
I was pleasantly surprised by this place - I wasn't expecting much considering the shabby surrounding stores.
We had the aloo ghobi (typical), chicken khorma (yum!!) and mutter paneer (pretty good!). I was also impressed by the naan - it was flat unlike other places that make it more puffed up.
If you're in the area and looking for Indian food, this is your best bet.