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Posted by jay on 12/16/2013
I looked forward to dining at Malgudi This is named after a fictitious town created by the popular Indian author - R. K. Narayan. I ordered some dishes from my home town - Mysore. These were absolutely disappointing. So was the service. It took them forever to get me my dishes. If you plan to tout this as a South Indian restaurant, then please do justice to the food and serve some authentic stuff. Not the same old fare that one can get anywhere else. And your prices are way too high!!! Thanks, but no thanks.
Posted by Jinnefer on 11/26/2009
Heritage India at Glover Park's is a hidden gem. They always serve up very delicious, authentic Indian food. Loved the balanced approach to using spices. Just right. As you’d expect, Vindaloo was hot and spicy- loved it. Also, the small plates idea is a winner. Service might be a little slow but it is worth the wait. Definitely the best Indian food in the DC area.
Posted by jackson on 04/06/2009
Though I don't know much about Indian food elsewhere in the city, there has to be better options. The food here is overpriced and simply not that good. I am a vindaloo lover and the version they served me was super spicy, but lacked the great taste that a well-made dish has. I ordered some simosas for appetizers, and while they were good, I saw that they charged me extra for mint chutney, a condiment that usually comes with the dish. I would wager that there are better Indian food spots where you can spend half as much and it would be twice as good.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/22/2008
Excellent Food!! Best Indian in DC that I've tried so far...
Posted by Anonymous on 08/17/2006
having been a regular since their opening it is sad that things have gown downhill for the last 2-3 years. Maybe it is the same with Indique. Owners open more places and the originals get neglected. The food still passes the muster but lacks OOOOmph. Service has become from neglectful to rude. Seems the management is never on site. For my dollar there are better places for a completely satisfying meal.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/04/2006
Heritage India is probably my favorite Indian place in DC. Yes, it;'s pricy, but worth every penny. The atmosphere is lovely, and the menu includes items from all parts of the country, especially southern India, that aren't usually available on restaurant menus in the United States. Unlike so many Indian places, the dishes are not oily, and the naan is soft without being butter-drenched. The mahki dal is also fantastic. My one criticism would be the service. Wait staff are quite prompt and attentive, but on my last visit, the server wasn't especially nice. Over all, though, it's a fantastic place.
Posted by Foodie on 06/28/2006
I have eaten here a few times - either for dinner or "happy hour" - but last night was disappointing. We were neglected at the bar for over 20 minutes, and it was only a single sitting row of ppl, not layers deep. We tried to order happy hour tapas and drinks and the bartender said "later, what do you want to drink?" 10 minutes after that we got our drinks and were informed that "happy hour tapas" were over, everything is now double price, what would you like to order. Knowing the food and size, that was not worth it so we finished our overpriced $7 "imported beer from India" which magically does not fall under the "happy hour imported beer price" and left to eat elsewhere. Bartender was quick to threaten to call manager over, which took another 20 minutes, and then a quick talk of total BS. And the dinners I've had there are overpriced.