Reviews on Indian food in Ashburn, Virginia, United States. Ashburn is a census-designated place (CDP) in Loudoun County, Virginia. As of the 2010 United States Census, its population was 43,511. It is 30 miles (48 km) northwest of Washington, D.C. and part of the Washington metropolitan area.
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4 based on 11 reviews
We love this restaurant and the staff is always friendly. We learned about them through Groupon and have been a steady customer since. The butter chicken here is the best in the area and we love the bread basket. My wife often tries the specials and has never been disappointed. It is very hard not to order the butter chicken though.
3 based on 49 reviews
Family went after a long day shopping, restaurant was empty, pleasant young woman served us, language was a bit of a challenge, the pappad's were soft and stale (not wonderfully crispy as they should be) - she replaced them, wife ordered that House Meal option that included everything! but the staff didn't understand their own menu and they repeatedly returned to the table asking confusing questions then were corrected by other staff (?), chicken nuggets for our youngest were fresh and good, house food was good, fair portions, lamb curry was very tender and flavorful, ground lamb balls were good, naan and lentils - good, would likely come back to try lunch buffet
4 based on 9 reviews
Bawarchi Biryanis, A wide range of aromatic spices come together to create a beautiful pot of Biryani. Its heavenly and one of the most loved delicacies. For all those craving for authentic Indian spicy food and other delights, we are happy to inform that
go in and just enjoy the food. it is authentic indian food and it is prepared well and tastes good too. The starters are also well made. You get indian liquors too.
4 based on 43 reviews
Lunch platter was chicken tikka Marsala, basmati rice, yellow beans and plain naan. Price was $10.50. Portion was fine for lunch. Did not get asked about the spice level. The Marsala was thick and fairly mild. Basmati rice was good. Overall, the food was good. Atmosphere could certainly be improved. Do you need to store drywall and used restaurant equipment outside of the bathroom?I was the only patron at lunch. How long will this place be in business?
4 based on 40 reviews
Rupa Vira's The Signature brings the inspiring signature authentic flavors with wide range of culinary influences to Washington Metropolitan Area. The Signature is a contemporary Indian restaurant offering the fine dining experience. The Signature is a vi
Heard a lot about This restaurant but frankly there is nothing special about it. If it is gujarati special thali which costs 17 dollars, I expect to have Undhiyo, but I was disappointed. The number of bhajis is less and tasteless. Tindora sabji was good because it was deep fried. Rest of the food ok, nothing great. This is just a one time try for the exorbitant price that they have. You won't miss anything if you miss it.
3 based on 19 reviews
Punjabi Junction is a well-known Indian restaurant located in Northern Virginia. We are located in Sterling, Virginia. We are committed to provide our guest with an exceptional dining experience by offering our guest an extensive menu of north Indian cuis
Very nicely done. You sit down to complimentary papadum with 2 sauces, the crystal goblets are beautiful and the silverware heavy and matches. Food is very nicely prepared, their breads are the best. Loved the dessert of mango kulfi - it came on a traditional popsicle stick.
4 based on 39 reviews
Like the previous reviewer said, there are an abundance of Indian restaurants in the area, and Saffron remains our number one choice. The food is great, the ambiance and decorations are beautiful, and the staff is friendly, welcoming and professional. I always enjoy my visit there, and look forward to my next visit.
4 based on 85 reviews
Welcome To Pind Indian Cuisine From Hummus, Falafel, Tabbouleh, Fattoush, eggplant mtabbal, Shawarma, Kafta, Kabab, Mandi and Kabseh, all menu items are freshly prepared and cooked only upon order, so its very much worth waiting some ten minutes on an ord
The server was patient and answered all of our questions pleasantly and brought us free naan and dipping sauces to start. The mint infused chicken kababs were out of this world. We also had the veggie samosas and the butter chicken. To die for. Best Indian for in Northern Virginia. Super classy atmosphere. Highly recommend!
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