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Phone: +1 212-265-2703
Site: http://www.bengaltigerindianfood...
Opening hours
  • Monday:11:30AM–2:45PM
  • Tuesday:11:30AM–2:45PM
  • Wednesday:11:30AM–2:45PM
  • Thursday:11:30AM–2:45PM
  • Friday:11:30AM–2:45PM
  • Saturday:12–10PM
  • Sunday:12–10PM
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Total reviews rating 4.5

199 Reviews for Bengal Tiger 2023:

Review №1


Great food, decently priced and excellent service.Some highlights:A. Water served is at perfect temperature. Not as warm as you get in a non-refrigerated bottled water and not as cold as refrigerated water or ice water you generally get in restaurants. Also, the server was diligent about refilling our water glasses timely. Best thing was it was served in a steel glass. Being Indian, it’s a great homely feeling of drinking perfectly cold water in a steel glass.B. The curries had a slightly different flavor than you generally get in typical Indian restaurants in the US. They had more strong flavors, maybe of cinnamon and other rarely used Indian herbs. Definitely different than standard Indian restaurants in US, so a great one to try once in a long while.C. In appetizers, samosa seemed like freshly made and had authentic taste whereas the butternut squash soup had a slightly different after taste than you generally get after having standard soups.D. 5 stars to the service. Excellent and diligent.

Review №2


The food it’s delicious, atmosphere it so relaxing . The dishes I ordered were so tasty and rich in spices. If you looking for vengan optional food this place offers great dishes! Service is wonderful! Thank you! Keep cooking tasty food!

Review №3


One of the best Indian places Ive ever tried. Pretty phenomenal.Despite what others may say, their spicy isnt very spicy at all. Its white people spicy. So, feel free to go wild and get the food with a little bit of spice.

Review №4


If you go during ruh ours be ready to wait a ling time for your table.The food is very, the service very attentive... the only detail if my wife order the food not spicy but still it was. I give a 5* because Indian food is spicy... not there fault!

Review №5


I went to this place because it was near my hotel and of the reviews and boy does this place deserve all these high rated reviews! The three courses for $25 is worth it and with a side order of nann bread, it will fill you up. The samosa, channa masala and the desert were all phenomenal and full of flavor! This place is not far from central park so after a long day of walking around the park, come here if you feel like some delicious Indian food!

Review №6


Amazing food! I had the chicken makhni and the samosa. It was delicious. The naan was very good too. My friends enjoyed the dishes they had as well. This is THE Indian restaurant to go to in midtown. It is very small. There will be a wait, but it’s worth it.

Review №7


The food here was incredible! service was amazing, very accommodating for vegetarian and vegan palates. dishware was spotless. lighting was great and it smells amazing in here. portion sizes were perfect. love love love it!

Review №8


TLDR: everything from the service to the food was exceptional. Highly recommend visiting if you’re in the area.I had, what could arguably be, the best seat in the house.I found the entrance and walked up the stairs to the second floor (the west coast in me found this to be odd, but hey, new coast and new city = open to new experiences). I walked in and the place was packed, a sure sign that it was worth the wait. I’d been walking all over the city so the last thing I wanted to do was wait in a ridiculous line. The host greeted me and let me know the estimated wait time. I was close to ordering my food to go, but he insisted I wait and that people were almost leaving. I’m so glad he insisted and that I exercised patience.I sat at the very end of the restaurant with a beautiful view of the street, and watched the sun light cast shadows on the pavement as the sun set.Now for the food! I ordered the chicken korma which came with rice, a side of garlic naan, and a mango lassi. The food did not disappoint. From the texture and thickness of the korma, to the juicy tenderness of the meat, to the aromatic flavors of the garlic naan. They did not skimp on the garlic. The mango lassi was also full of flavor and you can task the mango and the yogurt at the same time.

Review №9


Small spot not too far from Times Square. Had to wait about 40 mins for a table but service was prompt. We ordered the prix fix meal with veggie samosa, lamb vindaloo and gulab Jaman. Also ordered a side of garlic Naan. Food was quite tasty though I have had better vindaloo. My friends chicken marsala was good too. Overall worth trying it and its BYOB which is great

Review №10


Conveniently located near the Moma and Central Park, this was our first lunch in NYC. The weekly lunch special gets you a ton of food, and we thoroughly enjoyed our time here. The waiter checked our vaccine card and ID at the door, and we watched them turn away a few people who didnt have one or the other. The food was phenomenal, and I really wish Id had more room to eat it all.