Indian Chaat house with various snacks from all over India. Gol gappe/panipuri, samosas, bhaji, pav bhaji, etc.
Food: Delicious. Gol gappa was fresh, generously stuffed with a well-seasoned mixture of chick-peas and a very nice portion of tamarind water. Kulcha (Indian bread with yogurt and chick-pea stew - I've forgotten the first half of the name) was fresh made, spiced to taste and perfectly cooked.
Service: The owner's pleasant, speaks English and Punjabi well, and served everything promptly. He also asked me how spicy I wanted the food and informed me of the 25 cent interac charge for purchases under $10 /before/ I paid, which is an appreciated touch.
Value: Nothing is over $6 or 7 except the gol gappa to go, which is 24 pieces at $12.99. Portions are ample. Service is as fast as any local fast food but quality is much better.
Ambiance: This place is mostly meant for a quick chat or leisurely chat with friends. It is correspondingly spartan but also clean and well-tended.
The quality and the taste of the food was bad and stale. The pav bhai was absolutely disgusting which made me sick. The place was pretty cramped and not very clean. The staff was unfriendly especially the owner was rude with no idea of what customer service means.
I would not recommend Apna Chaat House to anybody unless they wish to spoil their evening .