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dimanche, 11 octobre, 2009
Nothing fancy but good. Greek salad, grilled veggies, chicken and lamb - very simple food but tasty and fresh, also a good choice if you need to eat wheat-free. A bit overpriced for throwing some meat and veggies on the grill, something we do at home all the time. Coffee was decent.
Service was very good too.
I had some fab meals in the past there, however my 3 most recent dinners have been quite dissapointing. the meals didn't taste the same anymore, the service was too slow and the place was empty. Sadly, the underground parking seems to be the best feature left.
Excellent! We had a lovely lunch outside. The service was great so was the food. Most Greek restaurants are mediocre but this one really exceeds all expectations. A must visit.
A lovely family run I think resto. Great choices, I had the eggplant parmigiana, it was delicious. Planning on going back when I am really hungry. :)
The food is ok, the daiquiri is fab, the service is pleasant, it's a good place.
Amazing little place! The goat roti is my favourite. There is always a special of the day that's always good. Service is quick. I love it. Cheap too.
The food is simply delicious.... once you get it!
The wait is always too long. Actually I can't even remember having to wait that long anywhere else in the entire world. This is the only issue with Ganges. And it's not exactly the place to sit down for a few drinks while waiting for your food because you can see it and smell it, and let me tell you, it looks and smells so yummy that having three beers while you wait is not a lot of fun. Don't go on Fridays.
A nice restaurant with lovely service. The food while far away from authentic was fresh and tasty with a surprising twist on the healthy side. We left full but not bloated. It was winter time and there was such a cold draft that we had to keep our coats on. We used to live just one block away and yet because of the cold we never went back.
I've been there twice for lunch. Both times my friend and I had salads, different ones. They were all amazing. Large and very tasty. The service was great too. I am planning on going there for dinner sometime soon.
I've been to Elixor in D.D.O. twice for lunch. Both times my friend and I had salads, different ones. They were all amazing. Large and very tasty. The service was great too. I am planning on going there for dinner sometime soon.
If you get stuck in the area on a nice summer day than this is a smart choice for a tasty lunch and a cold beer. If you are into faux antique painted walls and Roman columns, than you may like dinning there too. I find the decor overwhelming. The prices are higher for dinner. There is plenty of parking in the back, you can look at your car if you are sitting on the terrace. The food was good, no doubt about it, but it was not memorable. Would I make a reservation to go back? I don't think so.
Very nice family restaurant. The service is not the best, mainly because it's a bit slow. There is only one waitress, she's lovely and so are the restaurant's owners who cook. However the wait is so well worth it, that you will forget about it. This restaurant offers authentic Indian cuisine. The dossas are amazing. Try the massala dossa. The chicken curry is light and flavourful, the sambal sauce is to die for. If you know well Indian food you will not be disappointed. We go all the time and have brought several friends with us. Everybody loved it.
It was love from the first time in 2001 and it's been our favourite ever since. While the lunch buffet may not always offer what we want as we love spicy and the buffet is mild, the dinner menu is absolutely fabulous. We have been to India, Indian food is our favourite and we can taste it in Sahib. You can see the dry chillies in the curries!! Just like in India. It doesn't really matter what you order ... chicken, lamb, beef or pure veg, it will be excellent. Please keep on mind that Indian food doesn't really go well with any wine and since Indians in general are not big wine connoisseurs .. you are better off sticking to beer. Just like in India.