The food is great, ate there is to go travel to India for a dinner, the Paneer cheese's sauce, the Assorted tendoori plater and the siccling dish were great, tasty and delicious.
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My wife and I were visiting Providence and after a walk along the river, we walked up Wickenden Street looking for a place to eat. We found the Taste of India to be an excellent choice. The flavor of the food and the spices were...More
Nice little place just outside the city. The food is delicious and authentic. Service is quick. They are no longer a byob restaurant!
We went there on a weekend afternoon after the buffet was over. They have really good vegetarian dishes, and great naan bread. Service was fine (we were the only ones there for quite awhile) but I'll definitely try the buffet sometime.
I've eaten at most of the Indian restaurants in this state (that's not saying much, I know) and Taste of India continues to be my favorite. I frequent the lunch buffet several times a month with my family and have yet to try a dish...More
This little indian restaurant is a family favorite. It can be crowded with college students but is worth a visit. The menu is authentic, dishes are tasty and smells coming from the kitchen are wonderful. The staff is attentive and very enthusiastic about ensuring your...More
Taste of India is a small restaurant and you can easily miss it but if you would like to try well prepared, authentic Indian food in Providence this is the place to go. They have a lunch buffet that gives you different choices of to...More
A weekend lunch in Providence. Easy meeting spot convenient to I-95. Interior was a bit dark for a bright afternoon, and as others have mentioned, it could use a bit of sprucing up. But service was welcoming and prompt. The meals were freshly prepared and...More
We settled here after going to 4 other places with 1 hr. or longer wait times. We were not dissapointed. The inside could use a refresh but the service and food was great. The breads were tasty. I had a chicken kabob special and it...More
This is the the BEST Indian restaurant in Rhode Island! Food is cooked to perfection and the nan is incredible. It actually tastes oven baked and not toasted or microwaved. Taste of India has the best condiments to accompany the awesome food - the mint...More