We come here often to get samosas and other things to take home. We love to eat them but not fill our "gullet" as we hate having food stuck in our esophagus.
The although Indian sweets are not my favourite, the GULAB JAMUN are pretty good. Service is friendly. Students often stop in to pick up a samosa for the walk home from school for less tan a buck.
We used to buy off this tiny place south of Lougheed Highway in Port Coquitlam whenever we had company over to our house to add a different flavour on Mediterranean style food mixed with Western flavours. The samosas are really good but overpriced in my view, and the honey glazed orange dessert spin shaped treats are a good addition as well to any occasion.
I was just walking by and decided to try the Gulab Jamoon. It was honestly the best I've ever had in this city. All the rest are the same and not made with top ingredients. These were lighter, fluffier and not too sweet. I never had them like this before and it just sucks that I live far away or I'd go there all the time.
To top things off, the service I got from this girl was excellent. Very friendly and clean environment. The way the sweets were presented and tasted made me feel they had to have been just made.
We order samosas here regularly. Finest we have ever had. Very tasty and not at all oily or greasy.
Always made fresh. One can eat 2-3 easily at one shot as they do not feel heavy or spicy.
Also we order Palak Paneer and Dal Makhani regularly, and the taste beats any India restaurant in town.
Even Shahi paneer is good. Very homely food. Not like those fancy restaurants that dump too much butter and grease.
Also the Quantity is very good. It works great for a family in times when you are too tired to cook or want to taste something from outside. Reasonable price and Delicious food.
If you are wandering about the city, and looking for a good quick snack to fill your gullet, I strongly suggest you go here and get the Channa and Samosa deal. It's out of this world!! Cheap (4 or 5 dollars) and filling. Ask for it to be made extra hot, so they know your'e hip to the scene. The sweets are pretty decent as well, the wet tim bits (galub jamons) are the best.