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Patang Indian Restaurant Yonkers


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Patang Indian Restaurant Yonkers

Deborah | Mar 27, 2005 02:10 PM

Had dinner there last night. Nice looking place, and they had live music (of the Indian/sitar sort) during dinner - soft, not intrusive, lovely touch.

I think the prices are reasonable, but the portions are not big. The food was quite good if not transcendant, and the service was excellent. I think they are new, and very interested in feedback which, of course, I freely gave.

My husband had chicken tikka masala which he liked, but it was a good thing we had an appetizer beforehand, and he had free run of my dishes as well. He likes to eat, and in quantity.

We shared the Papri Chat which was served in amount adequate for two. Then, along with his chicken I ordered tandoori veg appetizer (they called it "grilled" but it was tandoori) and an okra do piaz, which, with the mint paratha and the (included) rice, was plenty of food. (We also ordered mango chutney and the mix-achar, the latter we were told made in house.) Everything was fresh, well prepared, tasty and thoroughly enjoyable. We plan to return.

Has anyone else been? I know they do a lunch buffet, but my experience has been that those buffets are never as good as ordering off the menu. I would try the buffet maybe, but I will defintitely return for dinner.

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