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Indian Grill

View Map 2258 N. Clark St., Chicago
Tel: (773) 477-8000
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  • abby says:
    On Sunday 12/28/08 6:42 PM
    My son, daughter and I truly enjoyed the India Grill. The service was impeccable. The Grill is wonderful!!! Be sure to bring your own wine or beer--as they do not have that license. However, the atmosphere is Beautiful!!! The lighting is enchanting and the wait staff is very attentive. We highly reccommend the Inia Grill. The food is great. Chicken Tika Masala!!!!

  • anon says:
    On Monday 10/20/08 1:52 PM
    The service is kind and it seems like they are doing their best but the food is oily,with an out of a can taste. Also! I spoke to one of the servers who was frank with me and let me know they put MSG in their food. :-( really disappointed

  • Mrjustice says:
    On Sunday 10/14/07 12:33 PM
    Sorry to disagree with my fellow Yelpers, but we thought this Indian restaurant was subpar at best. Somosa appetizer was admittedly the high point of our meal, but went downhill quickly. The Vegetarian Combo Entree ("Vegetable Bhojan") priced at $14.99 should really be an appetizer as the portion sizes were extremely small. Major dissappointment was the Mutter Paneer - peas tasted right out of the can. The garbonza beans also had a 'canned' off taste, and eggplant dish (Baigan Bharta) was just so-so. As for the meat Combo Entree ("Indian Grill Special) overpriced at $19.99, while portions were ok, we found the chicken a bit off (as others have commented), the roggan josh average, with only our lentil-based Dal Makhani a dish up to par. Inexcusably, half our Naan was burned and the accompanying Rice was bland and clumpy. All in all, we thought the food was overpriced, portions under-sized, and taste well below average. Howver, we would agree with others, that the Service was excellent and friendly. But, while good food can make up for bad service, the reverse is not the case. If you're looking for good Indian Food in the Lincoln Park neighborhood, we highly recommend Radhuni, 3227 N. Clark. (like Indian Grill, its also BYOB).

  • Brienna says:
    On Saturday 6/17/06 5:48 PM
    AI've been there numerous times now and slowly refering more. Great Nan and chicken tandori!

  • Zac says:
    On Friday 3/24/06 9:35 PM
    Great Indian food. I highly recommend the saag paneer. The ambiance of the restaurant is bland but the food is consistently good.



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