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After my trip to Indian I've been avoiding Indian food mainly because I know it'll be a slap in the face representation. So instead of visiting my local haunts, I took the wife to Indian Chopsticks which essentially offers Indian and "Chinese" food. The only thing remotely Chinese that I ordered (which is more Nepalese) was their Momos (dumplings). The momo was veryread more
If you are left with no option then only try for Indian Chopsticks.I would never recommend it to anyone.We dined at Indian Chopsticks and ordered for Gobi 65 and noodles.Firstly you have to wait for a long min. approx. 45 minutes till you see something on your table.Even for water bottle we called the wait staff number of times and after so many reminders they gave us theread more
We recently dined at indian chopsticks and were quite disappointed with the food quality and service provided. The soup served to us was disappointing, we could not even eat it - when advised staff they took it back. Along with that the dishes were not served together even though we specified so we couldnt enjoy the dishes with the rice and noodles which weread more