The tone of reply by Gandhi's shows that my rating wasn't too wrong. We did have only 2 samosas and poppadoms. But as they say, morning shows the day. The samosas were filled with oil and only had potato mashed. To be very honest, I have had much much better samosas for less than 10 pesos. This was among the worst 199 pesos I can remember spending. Moreover, they had an X-banner just outside with items that were not available in that particular store. We asked for 4 more samosas, but thankfully they were not available; otherwise we would have had to eat those too. Phew! In fact, the store bought poppadons were more edible than their samosas. I don't think Gandhi would have been too proud of them for serving such hideous samosas, and judging people for the amount spent!
I ate food prepared by ghandis only once take away and precise that I am not a connoisseur and expert of Indian cuisine but the chicken tasted was really delicious with a sauce paired with a bread like a pita. Next time I will try to add the spicy that I think it's even better.
Loved the food here! Zac the owner is super friendly. They were in the middle of a power shortage when he convinced us to get take away but lo and behold the power was back! And we had delicious food and great service for a decent price 😄 Possibly the only rice in the Philippines that wasn't sticky!
Really really really good indian food. And I love Indian food. Amazing! But be sure to know how spicy you like your food cant fault!
Really bad food!! Nothing great like reviews!! It's taking a revenge from Indian food literally! A no go for everyone!! Thanks for replying. Although, Indian curries are never thin! You have just judged India basis your small visits. Can't comment on others. But I surely didn't. Thanks anyway!
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