Live in NJ which bustles with gamut of fancy and hole in a wall Indian restaurants, but still rate this in my top 5 list of Indian restaurants especially the buffet. Delicious food at a reasonable price. Great buffet spread, never saw such a range of desserts in a buffet yet finger licking. Impressive, would love to recommend and visit frequently.
Rajeev KathuriaDate : 2014-10-30
My favorite indian restaurant so far around the western suburbs of philly. You can expect a high quality and delicious food at this place. Reasonably priced. You can definitely pick this restaurant when you have many options. Food tastes exactly how it should be. Been there twice for buffet and was extremely satisfied.
Vishwa M., Devon PADate : 2014-08-29
After living in the SF Bay area for a number of years with a large variety of options we were looking for a good Indian food option relatively close by. Aman fills that void and more. Nans are flavorful and melt in your mouth. Chicken Tikka Masala is excellent. The rice is cooked to perfection. Great food and great service.
Jeff T., Chester County PADate : 2014-08-29
This place is a hidden gem! I was so impressed with both the quality of the food and the great customer service! We will certainly be back. The lunch buffet was just $10 and a nice selection of vegetarian selections and chicken, both my favorite! Rice, naan, fruits, desserts.. yum!!
Samantha S., Port Jefferson Station NYDate : 2014-08-29
I am thrilled to see the great number of 4 and 5-star reviews for this restaurant. I have nothing different to note than others have shared: super clean interior, fresh naan served at your table during the buffet, only $10 including fresh naan and chai tea, and delicious, high-quality food. I found the East Norriton location to offer among the best Indian food I have eaten in the US, and have found it consistently here, as well. Our service has been consistently excellent. I am beyond thrilled to have such good Indian food this close to my home.
Rhonda P., Royersford PADate : 2014-08-29
I went to the Phoenixville location and I will admit I was a little worried when I went here because it was empty and in a strip mall, but it proved me wrong. They put a basket with cracker like things on the table with some sauces which was great to start. We loved them so much we asked for more. The menu has a lot of different items and a huge selection of vegetarian items. I got the chicken patia which has great flavor and huge chunks of chicken. My husband had a lamb dish that he devoured as well. They give you plenty of basmati rice to soak up all of the sauce that comes with you meal. They have a wide selection of naan which I loved. The garlic and potato were awesome and the pieces were a decent size. The service was friendly, quick, and attentive, but it was also fairly empty in there so that probably helped. The way they give you the food was a little different almost like there was a hierarchy as to who sets the food on the table. They serve out dishes I could but at target which I thought was slightly odd, but it gets the job done. It's definitely one if the better Indian places to eat in the area and I would definitely go back.
LeeAnne P., Philadelphia PADate : 2014-08-29
What a delicious dinner! We started with garlic naan which was crispy to perfection. We had a mango lassi while we waited for our meal. Also delicious. The wait staff was courteous and attentive to our every move, refilled our drinks as soon as they needed refilling and brought us more bread once we were done. Our main meals consisted of madras chicken curry, saag paneer and chicken tikka masala. The flavors were fantastic, chicken was tender and the sauces were delicious. We will definitely come here again!
Tatiana T., Horsham PADate : 2014-08-29
We have been here twice during the week for dinner since moving to the area. It is definitely our go-to place now after a lackluster experience in Hatboro. Both times we have gotten samosas and garlic naan, and they were very tasty. Saag paneer is another of our favorites here, and the tandoori chicken was also wonderful. We got a whole order so we could take some home. We ask for medium spice, which is pretty mild. The food is always great, but the service here is what really makes it stand out. Courteous and attentive without being annoying, the staff makes it a pleasure to eat here. We want to try the lunch buffet next!
Jennifer W., Warminster PADate : 2014-08-29
We moved from Chicago 3 years ago and were spoiled by all of the great Indian food there. Once we moved to PA, we tried 8 different Indian restaurants and were disappointed in them all. Then we found Aman. The food is amazing, service is friendly and prompt and it's a BYOB! Plus the prices are on par (slightly less expensive than the other places we've tried)We have been back 4 times and each time we try new apps/dinners and never been disappointed. Upon our recommendation our neighbors tried Aman but for carry out and said they really enjoyed. Pretty impressive since it is a 20 min drive from there to Doylestown. Try it you won't be disappointed!
Dena F., Chicago ILDate : 2014-08-29
Been here a few times. So much better AND less pricey than Doylestown's Taste of India. Well worth a few minutes of driving. This is my new fav Indian place, one of the best I've been to. Service was perfect, really fast (especially for an Indian restaurant, which is usually leisurely at best). Portions were decent and decor was nice and low-key. We had the vegetable appetizer platter and it was delicious, the pakoras especially were better than most I've had. LOVE the spicy, tangy, salsa-like chutney they serve with the papadum, it was unusual but tasty. Garlic naan was done well and the malai kofta was great, though the koftas were not as tender as some I've had. Still tasted great and hit the spot. Point is, my boyfriend and I both loved our food and overall experience there, and will definitely be back soon.