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Sukhadia’s Indian Vegetarian Gourmet
17 West 45th Street
New York NY 10036
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Vegetarian (not especially vegan)
Menu did not indicate vegan items
$$$$$ (Average entree cost: $5-$10)
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Open daily 11am-9pm.
Sukhadia’s Indian Vegetarian Gourmet did not deliver.
A $10.95 all-you-can-eat lunch buffet is available from 11:45am to 2:30pm.(Take-away buffet is $5.95/lb.)
Review by Tomato on February 17, 2011:
- This placed is now closed:(.
Review by kasiaa27 on August 13, 2009:
- My boyfriend and I stopped in here for the buffet, but it was really not worth it. The food was an utter disappointment for me. I just didn’t think the spices really meshed in any one of the dishes (I tried a little of all they had to offer). The kofti tasted like cheez-whiz and the sweet flatbread kind of tasted like a pop tart… The paneer was pretty tasty though… By the end of the meal, my tummy was not happy with me. Later that night, I developed a relatively short-lived (thank goodness) but incredibly unpleasant bout of food poisoning. I feel that I can safely blame it on this food since it was really the only thing I ate that my boyfriend didn’t that day.
The people working there were really friendly however and the atmosphere is pretty good. Maybe their non-buffet food is better?
Review by 2fulish on July 30, 2008:
- I love Sukhadia's in Iselin, and have known Piyush, the owner for over 10 years now. I think he and his family are amazing and very committed to making delicious vegetarian food. The food in New York is amazing, but service can be spotty. My suggestion is to go for the lunch buffet, which is awesome. Sadly, most or all of the amazing sweets, which Sukjhadia's is rightly famous for, are made with ghee or milk powder.
Review by BankBank on July 30, 2008:
- Be wary - many items here have ghee (clarified butter). I came here with an Indian friend, and he was able to ask the cooks which dishes had ghee, which was great, but if you aren't going to have that help, I would avoid ALL THE BREAD.
The food I did have was great, and the people there seemed accomodative, so I wouldn't let the above scare you away.