Don't know the Indian names but everything is delicious. The lunch buffet has many selections. The dishes are mostly chicken or vegetable. Sometimes they have curry goat which is like a stew. Worth the $10.95.
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As expected a healthy Indian cuisine though a lil spicy but the food was awesome, I like Chicken Tikka Masala, boneless marinated in garlic n herbs n baked with tomatoes, a l so tried Vegetable Haka Noodles sauted w/soy sauce n herbs also delicious, don't forget Basmati Rice and Naan hand made bread. Highly recommended to try different Chicken Specialties... More
I've tried a few other Indian restaurants but Cumin India is the best in the New Haven area. We came in for dinner and once again, were very happy with our food. The portions are good, prices are good and atmosphere is good. Waiters are always polite. We normally would get free desserts but we were not offered this time,... More
I had fried onion appetizer and paneer dish for dinner, really lacked the depth of flavor sand spice. Shared bread basket with friends. In the past we had delicious food but tonight really missed the mark. The papadam tasted like microwaved something. I couldn't eat it. Service was excellent however. Not sure what happened tonight.
We used to love this place but we hadn't been here in 3 years. It used to be terrific but now it is average at best. Flavoring and spices are flat. We asked for spicy and the dishes were not spicy at all. The papadam. was like cardboard, the type of papadam that you put in the microwave. Overall disappointing,... More
I felt like having Indian food so I decided to stop by Cumin for an early dinner. After looking at their menu, I chose the goat biryani ($14) with a spice level of 4 of 5. The dish came about 15 minutes in a large bowl of the rice dish with pieces of goat. It tasted very good with the... More
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