Food was lovely. We ordered 2 dishes that were recommended by the manager and were lovely. But the best part of the meal were the.... ice creams!!!
We recently visited Agra and were keen on eating at dasaprakash to check how they were on food quality and service consistency as the last time we tried them was 5 years back and we had loved our experience....Guess what...we were not dissappointed....on the contrary we felt that they have really improved their service standards and consistency in the food... More
We dined there just this evening. The sambhar was cold and tasteless and the food took about 30 minutes to arrive even though we were the only people in the restaurant. the food was very average and for a south indian restaurant, taking so long for food is very out of the ordinary. The gulliappa has some char in the... More
Nothing to beat the hot fresh Dosas of Dasaprakash . Went back to Agra after 5 years and had to visit this again. Very good value for money , Onion Rava Dosa is excellent. If you like spicy then go for the Mysore Dosa. The best part is that they serve Potatoes separately instead of stuffing it in the Dosa... More
Good south Indian food ranging from the usual idlis to thalis. Filter coffee was passable : it did not come up to the authentic southern standard. Mini thalis have all the watery dishes- sambhar, rasam etc but did not have any dry vegetable. The food served seems to have been slightly northernised ( for e.g.mustard oil pickle was served in... More
we visited this place in agra on 18th June and had worst experience ever. The food was average and the quantity of food served was outrageously less that even though we ordered at least 3 dishes / thali per person we left the restaurent hungry and went to Bikanerwala to fill our stomach. We spent 1500 for 3 people and... More
I had lunch in this restaurant - when you enter (because of the decor and clinical layout) you think you're in a fast food joint like McDonalds or KFC, but this is different. The cuisine is South Indian vegetarian so there are a few differences - everything is cooked with moderate flavours and to be eaten mostly in your fingers,... More
We had a dinner, enjoyed it but that's about it. :-) The review needs to be at least 100 hundred characters, but now, eight days later, after having great Indian meals in several places it's has to remember anything special besides the short power failure.
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