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Reviews for Chez Devi Restaurant
/ 5based on 53 reviews
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The food was okay but the service was so poor. Their worker are new & i think they just need money from our pockets. No management. We were four in group & guess what, their food was so expensive, every single person paid $39+tax & i paid $45+tax. I ordered Kadhayi chicken with 3 butter naan & one taj beer which was not good at all. Plus the service was so slow. I don't think I would like to come over here again better to go 3-amigos for easy going & chill food where you can have good quality food. I've been to Tandoori flame in Brampton one & I think the Indian which I had there was good enough. Indian-Beau was one of the good as well.
Kudos to the fish curry I recently had there: the fresh impeccable savourish salmon was bath in a delicious all favorful (amazing balance between sweet & sour) & well spiced goan curry sauce. From trying out all type of sauces paired with fish at numerous Indian restaurants, I must say that the Goan is one that matches the best with fish. Great! From bites of the tandoori chicken of my girlfriend, although not my favourite Indian dish, hers was nicely marinated, aromatic & had the ideal tandoori masala seasonings. I used to not like Tandoori chicken because way too often it ended up a bit too dry & tasteless in my plate, but in this case it was total opposite: a nicely cooked tender flesh of chicken, all tasty. The Biryani rice I took was nicely perfume-y, & well cooked. Bottom line, a less impressive experience than the one I had at their New York branch (now closed), but still very good compared to most Indian restaurants I have been to here in Mtl.
Very disappointing !! Food was inconsistent & poorly presented. Imagine "greasy" tandoori chicken ( I later discovered that the tandoori oven is not a real one & is gas-fired). The prices are only in line with the location (Crescent St !!) & have nothing to do with the quality or quantitiy of the food. The sheek kabab was cold & undercooked; we returned it to the kitchen. The raita ( yogurt) was watery & had no cucumbers.The best dish was dessert- warm gulab jumin. The tables are plain wood without tablecloths or place mats---not right for a so-called upscale resto. I would never return to this resto!!-- there are plenty of much better Indian restos in Montreal & at a much fairer price.