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Chutney & Pickle Fine Indian Cuisine
Posted by John Moceyunas on 09/05/2014
First time/ long time. In the restaurant/in Coral Springs. Cubano wifey wanted to try Indian for the first time and I always agree to her requests. Its part of the deal. Walked in at 5:30 on Friday and no one was one seated. Vibe was immediately cool. Printed tin ceilings, waterfall at the front some cool Indian music videos playing and decor was just right, quaint and cool. Maria came and waited on us within 30 seconds with menus. Within 2 minutes brought us the dried bread and Chutney sauces which were fresh, delicious and timely. She then took our drink order, brought us water which was all very timely. I had a Pinot Glass (or two) at $6 wife had a Chardonnay and 9 year old son had this really cool tall glass of Ice tea. We ordered a prelim of Cheese Naan which was brought out timely and was hot, fluffy, cheesy delicious with some light sauce. We ordered thinking all three were separate dinners but all three came out as shared entrees which was actually great as we all wanted to try each other's entrees. We ordered: Lamb Saad, Lamb Pasanga and Fish Curry. All three were just fantastic. The Pasanga was enjoyable hot (Just the right amount; you know.. warms your lips, never gets too hot and hangs around with a great residual) with curry and other spices. The Lamb Saad with Spinach was light, gently sweet, tangy, warm and fantastic. The Seafood Curry, well how can you go wrong there. Curry rules the world in my book. For dessert we shared Rasmalai, which was a perfectly, lightly sweetened sort of cheese in a creamy sauce. And as usual with the meal they brought the check out timely, and 100% for sure we will be back..many times..For a south Florida eatery this is a 10 outta 10 for the price, service, food and atmosphere. Great Job Guys!
Posted by Amy on 05/07/2014
Yummy! Chutney & Pickle is by far the best Indian restaurant in the tri-county area. We ordered Naan, Aloo Gobi, Baigan Bharta and Samosa. The food, service, and ambiance was EXCELLENT! Can't wait to go back for date night next week!
Posted by vik on 05/06/2014
Best Indian food and supeb interior.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/30/2013
Wow, I am not sure what the reviewers are talking about! I have been hitting Indian restaurants in the S Fl area for well over a decade (so much so that some of the owners/wait staff know me by name.) Chutney and Pickle shines as a diamond amidst them all. The quality of food is superb. The buffet is different each time, with their signature dish, Chicken Tikka Masala being the only exception...(it is a staple on the buffet.) I delight in trying new things each week that I have never had before. I find the food to taste fresh and delicious with each dish seasoned and spiced to stand on its own. (Unlike some places where everything kinda tastes the same.) The price to me is shockingly low. It's something like $7.95 or $8.95 for the M-F lunch Buffet. When you factor in the frequent lunch card...buy 9 get the 10th for free, then the cost is now around$6.95 or $7.95 for each. I honestly don't know anywhere else one can have such an exquisite meal at this price... I have only had dinner there twice...the last time just recently. Again, I was shocked with how low the bill was when it arrived. It wasn't even $40 for my boyfriend and myself (both of us have huge appetites.) We had 2 orders of Papadum, the meat sampler appetizer, Masala Dosa and Lamb Saag. This may not seem like a lot, but in the end, we couldn't finish all of the Saag. Everything was extraordinary...and I don't believe I have EVER left an Indian restaurant with a bill under $40 for dinner. Perhaps we just lucked out with the way we ordered. These people clearly take pride in their food, putting their heart and soul into every detail to make their customers have the best culinary experience possible. I usually eat at the buffets, so I am not sure much about the waiting at dinner. If you have a little patience (often necessary in Indian restaurants) then this place is well, well, well worth it. PS Did I mention I eat there at least once a week? Chutney and Pickle seems to get better with time. I would encourage anyone who has had a different experience to give it one last try before you make your final decision. PPS And order the Masala Dosa!
Posted by anonymous on 09/10/2012
Went in with my daughter and my 8 year old granddaughter..took several minutes to be seated...we weren't given a menu for about 10 minutes..and that was only when we asked for one...then they took the drink order...and again they never arrived we asked 4 different waiters for the drinks...that took about another 15 minutes...when we ordered food we appraised the waiter that it was getting late so we didn't want to order anything that would take to long since the child was hungry..after 35 minutes we asked where the food was...and again.we were ignored...we decided to wait another 10 minutes for someone to bring us the food or to at least give us an update...that never happened...we decided to leave.. left money on the table covering our drinks...and told them we were leaving..
Posted by Raj on 08/30/2012
Pricey for the amount of food that you get. Can only afford to go there once a month. Need better service(always lacking in an Indian restaurant )needs more value .
Posted by Lily on 07/25/2012
Went to the buffet and for dinner.The taste of the food is quite delicious. I've been to several "Indian" restaurants around town and in Miami and I must say this place holds its own spot. The waitstaff could be a little more experienced and the prices could be a little lower. Overall this place will satisfy any Indian food lovers palate.