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Rude Owners/Managers, expensive and very loud restaurant. The service
We went to weekend dinner buffet to Angeethi Indian
Restaurant, Herndon,Virginia, we were 6 adults and 2 kids and the buffet
was very expensive ($15.00/person) and on top of that they charged 18%
gratuity and to me that is rediculous. Why should they charge 18% gratuity
for buffet.We serve the food overselfs during buffet why should we pay
gratuity.I never go there afterwords. I don't suggest any one to this
While this is not the first time I visited Angeethi,
it will probably be the last. Talk about concidence, my stomach
was upset each time I ate at Angeethi. I regularly eat out at all types
of places and Angeethi got the prize for this! I visited Angeethi with
family and friends on Labor Day holiday to have a good buffet lunch. We
reached Angeethi at about 1:15PM and parking was not available, so we
eventually parked in the Church parking lot next door. After taking our
table, we noticed that most of the items in the buffet were exhausted.
There were no plates or spoons either. So, we started having some startes
(only Chaat was available) while we waited for them to replenish the buffet
and some other items such as Pakora. After a 15 minute wait, some of them
items were replenished. Tandoori Chicken (my favorite) was missing all
the time. We had to wait another 10 mins for the nans to be served. By
the time we got to the main course, it was 2:15PM. One of the staff went
around stating that the buffet will close at 2:30AM, as if the patrons
were causing the delay. When I asked the same Staff member if they were
going to replenish any of the items in the buffet, he said I could always
ask for what I wanted .. which defeats the purpose of a buffet!
My review is more about their party room than their
food. Their food if great and staff is polite and all. I am not happy
about their party room which we had booked. Heads up...the seating is
really low and uncomfortable on the back. Would not recommend it!
I was introduced to this restaurant by a coworker
who took myself and a few others there for the luncheon buffet. I have
to say I was impressed. Whoever thought the price of the buffet was too
expensive must not get out much because I thought the price was well worth
it AND I also thought they had a very good selection of buffet items.
In fact, my coworker friends and I now make it a weekly event and love
it all the more. Although some of their dinner items are a bit
pricy, I find that there's more than enough food served so I usually get
2 meals out of 1 order. My only complaint is that all the tables are very
hard to get in and out from due to some weird table leg configuration
that isn't necessary but that's my only complaint. My only regret is that
I didn't give this place a try a lot sooner than I did. I hope they stay
here longer than what's been there previously as there's been a lot of
turn-over in restaurants in that particular building. Good luck!
The food was ok. No Non vegiterian rice items in
the Buffet that is shocking.The Buffet was pricy.I have not seen any one
adding Gratuity for the Buffet but these people do.I not going there next
time that is for sure.
Food was pretty good, and this is the most important thing. BUT, for the higher than usual (for indian restaurants) prices, it was not that much better than other places. Decor is ok...better than Hrvest club or Mayuri, about as nice as supper club, NOT as good as the downtown Indian restaurants. not spectacular by any means. The waitstaff was initially friendly and conversive, but the actual service was not very good (we had to keep flagging them down when we wnated something...an extra napkin, our food packed, the bill, an extra piece of Naan, our dinner order, etc...they forgot about us after the apps. This was on a saturday night, when, by the way, it was NOT very crowded....) Food was good, but given the prices and the poor service at that price point, I'll probably go back to Mayuri for a casual night out, and wait to spend my money when I'm down in DC.
Ambience is good. Decor is good/rich. Food is expensive. Quality is good but not extraordinary for the amount you pay. Overall good but expensive.
Its a nice place. Not as elegant as Indique Heights, but pretty good for a desi place. Nice Ambience, courteous staff. I've had better food, but here it was rich, good and tasty compared to the most other Indian restaurants around here. Not bad a place for family, as well as to dine out with your girlfriend. Beware that the restaurnt when I visited was new and the quality may go down once its picked up business. But worth a try, instead of going to Supper Club of India or Minerva.
I agree with other reviewers. It's a nice place, but the food just isn't as tasty as several other Herndon and Ashburn Indian restaurants.
I found the decor of the resturant really good. A friend and myself met there for lunch and had the lunch buffet. Not a lot of selections but, I found the food to be good. It not as Spicy as some other Indian resturants and that can be a good thing, if you wish to take a friend who has never had Indian food before. I would recommend this place.
I really enjoyed my experience. The food is incredible. True it is not as spicy, but that is a good thing. You can always request extra spices, if you like. There is a lot of space, so its great place to come with a big crowd. They also have a VIP room for private events for a small group of people. I also went again for buffet, and they had a lot of selections for the price you pay. I think compared to other restaurants around the area, I would rather come to Angeethi, for the same food, but better ambience.
I should have known better when I saw that the restaurant was dead on a Friday night. The service sucked, food was mediocre and the prices were outrageous. My first and last visit at this restaurant. I do not see this business lasting long. For a Indian restaurant in the Herndon area, The Supper Club of India is much better.
We had a party of 6, spent over $200, and they had the audacity to enforce a 20% surcharge when they gave us miserable service. The waitress was unattentive since her shift ended and she was interested in going home. Also, the drinks were very weak - they charged us $8.50 for Johnnie Walker Black Label when they only put in a spoon of liquor. On top of that, we ordered several pina coladas - which had no coconut in them. Never going back again, wouldn't recommend it. Go anywhere but here.
Decor was beautiful, they got new comfortable chairs, very good attentive waiters who speak and understand English some are cute too. Food was not as spicy as I would had liked it to be but I will ask next time for more spicy. My kids loved the Shahi Paneer (Cheese in Butter Sauce) They said they can eat it every day. Loved the bread. I definitely will come back and eat here or the new one in Leesburg again and again. Try the Gulub Jamun hot. It taste like little round balls of pancakes and syrup. Yummy, Yummy, Yummy.