Submitted Saturday, June 2, 2007 - 3:31am [Dine in]
The decor is not to my style, but the restaurant is clean and the service is generally pretty good, though not terribly professional. The dinner specials are good value because the portions are quite large for this price, usually including naan, black pepper papadaam, rice, entree, and chutneys. Be sure to order the naan, which is excellent. Chicken or lamb curry, saag paneer, and butter chicken are delicious and can be ordered to taste for heat. I haven't found shahi paneer that I like better anywhere in Vancouver. Of the 5 Indian restaurants within 4 blocks, this is the best.
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Submitted Saturday, June 2, 2007 - 3:10am [Dine in]
We used to frequent the Denman location and were thrilled when this new location came to Kits. On average, we eat here once every 2-3 weeks. The manager is watchful, welcoming, and accommodating, and I'm surprised to read complaints about service because we have enjoyed quick, polite, and friendly service nearly every time since this location opened. I always order the roti and crave it if I can't come in for awhile. Prices at lunch are very reasonable - $5 for a double order of roti, $4 for four spring rolls, $7 for a tasty Nonya chicken curry with sayur lemak. The leaf-wrapped Hainanese rice, char kuey toew, sambal green beans, and kung pao chicken are a few of my favourites. As with most restaurants, not everything is wonderful, but Kits Banana Leaf offers many tasty dishes. It's clean, comfortable, and nicely decorated - of the three locations, I think this is the best.
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