Buggggggg - YES, in our food! Be aware!.
Here's our terrible experience:
While serving dinner, the server knocked out my friend's beer. We told it's quite alright even before he apologized. The server, Raj, (who turned out to be the manager) said "Sorry" and left. We let it go since it was an accident, but was a tad disappointed for at least not cleaning up the mess. We went ahead and had dinner and almost at the end one of our friends saw a BUGGGG in the part of the chicken curry she was helping herself to. She is soft spoken and didn't even make a fuss other than showing it to her husband. I, on the other hand, of course lost my appetite right after that and called the one lady (Santhi) who served us appetizers who was standing right there to show the BUGGG. She said "Noooo....nooo it can't be...it's food" or something to that effect. Raj joined her by them and gave us a chuckle and said it's fenugreek seed and snatched the plate away. This irritated me severely because he didn't even bother to look at it properly. He turned the lights much brighter and after about 2 minutes of inspection and dissecting all the legs of the creature, he finally accepted it. Then he promptly took the plate away and walked away and could have possibly mumbled a sorry. And that was it. We were given our bill. I requested to talk to him about the incident and was just recaping what had happened. He suddenly got aggressive and started yelling at me saying "What do you want me to do now? I said sorry no? Do you want to KILLLLL ME?". I was shocked to say the least and the boys with me got upset at the way the manager was yelling and it turned out to be a big huge fight at the end where both sides were yelling. One elder man came out from the kitchen and said sorry and walked us out while the Raj, the manager, still was coming on to fight with us. Needless to say we will never be going there again. Unless you are prepared to have free creatures with your entrees and extremely poor service, I sincerely wouldn't suggest it.
Great find on Rt. 9.
My wife and I have stopped here on a whim a number of times in the last few years, and we've always left satisfied. We order the non-vegetarian meal for 2, which includes appetizers, naan, rice, kebab, soup, 2 entrees, dessert and coffee. It's a great deal for the price (around $30-$35 if I recall). Service is very fast and attentive, and they are always ready to bring out the next course by the time you're done with your plate. The gulab jamans are delicious!
The interior decor isn't too bad given the small size of the place, and its location on Rt. 9E near Framingham State gets a lot of lunchtime buffet business (which is also good). There isn't much parking but we always seem to find an open spot despite any crowds.
best Indian food in metro west.
This is my faovrte indian food place in the area (including boston). The quality is superior, the staff is very friendly, and the price is right. Its location is also very good, being right on rt 9, i go there for their lunch buffet all the time.