Best Indian restaurants nearby. Discover the best Indian food in Engelberg. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Indian restaurants near you.. Engelberg (lit.: mountain of angel(s)) is a village resort and a municipality in the canton of Obwalden in Switzerland. Besides the village of Engelberg, the municipality also includes the settlements of Grafenort, Obermatt and Schwand.
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4 based on 285 reviews
Take your taste buds on a culinary journey across India by choosing from our exclusively designed menu highlighting the best in Indian cuisine! Chicken Tikka served on a sizzling platter, Lamb Biryani, Samosas and Spinach Cheese Naan are just a few of the
Upon arrival we asked a staff member for a table for two. The waiter somewhat shrugged and said we could sit wherever.The same waiter âtook careâ of us for 90% of the time. He was more interested with flirting with his fellow co worker at the bar then serving us. We had to wave him down to order our food and more drinks.The food was somewhat okay. Although the mixed grill was quite dry and obviously pre prepared.The food overall wasnât the worst but it wouldnât have me going back especially for the prices of the dishes. Very expensive.Thank you for reviewing Spice Bazaar! It is unfortunate that your experience at our restaurant was not as enjoyable as the other guests!However, we appreciate your feedback and will strive to provide a better experience when you visit us next!
4 based on 29 reviews
Experience Indian Street Food in Switzerland! Spice Bistro serves some of the most popular and authentic Indian street food at the base of Mt. Titlis (Near the cable car exit). Enjoy piping hot Indian Masala Chai with a Vada Pav or cool down with a refres
Now GourmIndia Imbiss Van has a new Bistro at Mt.Titlis cable Car exit called Spice Bistro. They serve the same Indian authentic food like Samosa, Bombay Vada Pau, Idli chutney & Pau bhaji. I tried mango lassi & it was delicious. Prices are reasonable and every penny worth.
3 based on 16 reviews
There are namely three sections, one for the pizza delicacies, second for Indian buffet and third counter for Menu of the day which is mostly soup, veggies, chicken wings etc.We were family of four and two went for Indian buffet and two went for the soup-salad-wings combo. There are trays and plate with cutlery which you pick up and choose the counter for Indian and menu of the day. For Italian section it is probably on order, I didn't go and comment much. But there are lot of sitting arrangements where you can carry your food and then have your meal. In fact I saw few tourists from ASEAN origin were carrying their own food which they were eating there.Once you finish you have the pick up your tray and put them on steel racks kept towards the wall. This is a must.Food is very fresh and tasty, though it appears little costly. But at that altitude getting such food and in such scenic environment, one will not mind paying. Roughly per person it will be 20 CHF.
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