Supper Club of India
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13055 Worldgate Drive
Credit Cards: Yes
With formal place settings and a full bar, and entrees from $10-$25, Supper Club of India sets high expectations. In addition to vegetarian, tandoor, chicken and lamb menu items, they offer an interesting selection seafood as well including lobster, crab, prawns and more, each cooked in Indian spices. A lunch buffet is offered every day, and is a little more expensive on the weekends. Smoking is permitted at the bar. Catering and carry-out are available.
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The selection of entrees available for the lunch buffet was primarily vegetarian - green beans, cabbage, chickpeas, etc. All of which were terribly bland and boring. No Daahl, No Ghobli, No Saag, No Chicken Tikka. What was available included fatty Tandori chicken - thighs, drumsticks (cheap!) and crunchy, dried out Naan. Indian is my favorite food. I have eaten at MANY Indian restaurants - Supper Club of India ranks among the worst. Don't let the classy decor fool you.
Glen S. Colen, Fairfax, VA, Age: 18-28
Likes: Connaught Place - Fairfax, VA (RIP)
Reviewed March, 2006
Supperclub should not be judged by their lunch buffet, nor should any other restaurant for that matter. If you go for a "real" meal I can't imagine anyone going and being disappointed. It's by far the most exquisite Indian food I've ever had. All sauces for all the dishes are superb with amazing intricacies and elegance that I never knew indian food could have. Perfect combinations of flavor, with just the right level of spice. I've gone with two of my friends who are from India and everything they tried from the mango lassi to the paratha to their entree they said it was the best indian food they've had in the states. Highly recommended, especially the lassis and the kesari kofta.
Jeff, Reston, VA
Likes: Top Thai (Arlington)
Dislikes: Panera Bread
The worst food I have tased ever, I will not go again. Good interior, but no good food. There are other best restaurants nearby. Don't waste money here.
Likes: Pho2000, Sarvana palace
This has some of the best Indian food I've ever tried. The Chicken Tikka Masala and Murgh Saagwala are amazing--definitely better than anywhere else in the area. I also love the appetizer sampler platter. This is my favorite Indian restaurant in the area. It is as good as Indian that I've had in the UK. The wait staff is very friendly and attentive, and the food is always excellent.
Likes: Lebanese Taverna
Dislikes: Fridays, Chili's, chain restaurants
Reviewed: July 2007