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2012-04-05 149 views
Komala's restaurant is truly a vegetarian's paradise- serving exotic Indian delicacies from dosai to punjabi food. Most of the dishes cost just 5-8 dollars which is extremely reasonable for the quality and taste of food served.Besides having delicious food, one another characteristic of this restaurant is its centrally located in the heart of Little India making it very convenient to drop by. Lastly, the one very unique thing about this outlet which sets it apart from other Komala's outlets is
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Komala's restaurant is truly a vegetarian's paradise- serving exotic Indian delicacies from dosai to punjabi food.
Most of the dishes cost just 5-8 dollars which is extremely reasonable for the quality and taste of food served.
Besides having delicious food, one another characteristic of this restaurant is its centrally located in the heart of Little India making it very convenient to drop by.

Lastly, the one very unique thing about this outlet which sets it apart from other Komala's outlets is the quality of service-among all the Komala's I have tried so far, this one has the most humble staff. So if you havn't eaten here before, my suggestion is JUST GO FOR IT ASAP
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Date of Visit
2012-03-17
Spending Per Head
$7 (Dinner)
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Anniversary
Recommended Dishes
  • Mysore Masala Dosai
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2011-03-31 108 views
Indian vegetarian food is always something quite different.Komala's has been around for many years now.Who can resist the delicious Thosai?This time, instead, decided to try the Butter Thosai.It was soft and had a rich buttery flavour.There were two different chutneys to go with it.The South Indian set meal seemed like a good deal - but the vegetables were overcooked.The Puree - crispy Indian pancake - with Indian mashed potatoes and spicy chickpeas - was piping hot and totally different.The se
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Indian vegetarian food is always something quite different.
Komala's has been around for many years now.
Who can resist the delicious Thosai?
This time, instead, decided to try the Butter Thosai.
It was soft and had a rich buttery flavour.
There were two different chutneys to go with it.
The South Indian set meal seemed like a good deal - but the vegetables were overcooked.
The Puree - crispy Indian pancake - with Indian mashed potatoes and spicy chickpeas - was piping hot and totally different.The service was fast but the ambience could have been less noisy.
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(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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DETAILED RATING
Taste
Decor
Service
Hygiene
Value
Spending Per Head
$8.00 (Lunch)
Recommended Dishes
  • Butter Thosai and Puree