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I visited Minerva with my family. The food was very
good. And the prices were incredibly cheap for what you get. We got 4
"dinners" for 5 of us and 2 dinners would have been plenty (we
also got appetizers). A dinner costs only $2 more than an entree, and
it comes with soup (2 kinds), rice, raita, a vegetable, dahl curry, and
a dessert all surrounding the entree in little stainless steel bowls.
The presentation is a little strange, but fun and the food was really
tasty. We just couldn't get over how much food you get for $12. I
don't know if the boss has been reading the waiters the previous reviews
or what, but we had very attentive service - not overly friendly, but
not unfriendly, and certainly not rude. It would have been nice if the
waiter had told us that we were ordering WAY too much food, but now we
have left overs for lunch. I think the one really telling sign is that
most of the other patrons were Indian families, most with children - I
think this speaks to value, authenticity and quality. We had a great experience
and highly recommend.
My co-worker and I went during the Lunch Buffet ($8.95). This was his first experience with Indian cuisine. The buffet line did not have too much variety, but it did have good quality food. I have had better nahn before, but what do you expect for a buffet-style. The highlight was the dessert (likened to sweet grits), Kesar al Hawa. All-in-all a very good experience. We would go back again.
One of the worst services ..staff is worthless..they don't know how to treat customers..its not once , its everytime. Food is okay but the service they provide is bad, very bad..I would not go even if they give free food. don't recommend to anyone.