Credit Cards: No
Chutney's is a very small Indian restaurant serving vegetarian specialties of Southern India. Order at the counter from a one-page paper menu, and your meal is served on styrofoam with plasic utencils. Menu items such as Sambar, Upma, Poori and Tamarind have no descriptions or picures, so if you are not familiar with this type of food, you are in for an adventurous dining experience. Most of the employees are Indian and they are happy to try to help you understand what you are ordering. Menu items are $4-$8.
The restaurant was terribly unclean. As I was leaving I noticed that
Being an Indian I know how everything should taste.
They reheat the same old food all the time, once I ordered "Dosa"
and he literally roasted the Dosa which was not edible at all. When I
complained he was mad and was giving excuses. This restaurant creates
such a bad impression about Indian food and Indian Restaurants if somebody
doesn't know about Indian food.
The place is small, the service is good. The food
was okay, a bit spicy for my taste. It is South Indian cuisine.
Very good food. Try the sweet ginger sauce. Friendly people, they let me taste when I wasn't sure.
The food was pretty good.Try the chutneys.Friendly people.
I used to like this place but these days I seem to notice that their food quality and service is deteriorating. Their coffee tastes very very bad, tastes like mud. It seemed like they added some hot water to whatever little was left in the coffee container. Upon complaining to the owner, there was no reaction whatsoever from the owner which was very disappointing. I'd say, stay away from this place because they don't value their customers any more.
Not for westerners who do not know the names of Indian food, as there is no description of the food items at all. I would categorize this as home cooking, don't look for gourmet entrees. I wanted something with fresh veggies, but was only able to understand and order items made of mashed peas/beans or flour made from the same and fried. Various sauces/chutneys appear to be their main attraction (their name says it all). Hot soup was provided with my meal, which was a tasty broth of carrots and tomatoes. I would agree with the other reviewer who commented on cleanliness, the floor was sticky, so were the chairs and tables. I might come back, but only with an Indian friend who can decipher the menu.
Great food and not a bad price for the food
Liked the upma, poori, and dosa. Everything was good, I like to go again, especially sauces are very tasty.....Disliked that it was not clean.....and I feel price are little expensive......
Food was good but they need to start accepting credit cards.That makes life more simple.Need to focus on Customer service & cleanliness.Price a bit high for just tiffin varieties.