Roswell >Santoor Indian Cuisine
3050 Mansell Road Suite A, Alpharetta, GA | Directions 3002234.037830 -84.296279
“have recommended Santoor to my friends and they praise me on my choice of food, service, and decor.”
“Tandoori mixed dinner a great value with its tender pieces of Lamb-Chicken & my favorite was the Ras Malai definitely a home-made dessert just mouth watering.”
“I've only been there about 10 - 15 times in the past year, and he knows my favorite beer!”
“The food was wonderful as everything came out of the kitchen freshly cooked, nice and hot, and exceptionally very tasteful.”
“The buffet selection is very limited and most items were bland and the food was cold.”
“The best part is the interior, you have all these restaurants opening up with nothing special from another inside, but this place went beyond that it has stained glass painting, Wall pieces made by the owner's family depicting Indian culture, beautiful li”
“have only been once, I really need to go back again as the food was excellent.”
“and each time the great service and excellent food was consistent.”
“Plus, their prices are very reasonable for the quality of food that is offered.”
“But this place has some super nice people working there but they are slow as molasses.”
Not worth for the money spent. I did not like the food at all. It was not worth for the money spent. Too expensive and NOT worth. Unbelievable Bill.
DO NOT GO THERE.
They serve only 8 items. 2 meat sabji, one kind of dal (Lentil), one vegetable sabji, nan, plain and spice rice. For that, they charge $8.95 + tax. There are lots of good restaurant on exit 11 and 10. For ex kMadras Chetinad, Krishna Villa. Go there.
Second, food is not so good. Food is not worth of $9.60
The Finest Indian Dining Experience. My wife and I pulled off GA 400 last night just to visit Santoor. What an incredible dining experience! The hostess Anjali Roy was so nice and we enjoyed sharing our thoughts on the food, family and the wonderful ambiance. The chicken tikka massalla and bhuna were outstanding. We recommend complementing your meal with the homemade naan bread. The succulent spices were blended with fresh ingredients and the dishes were made from scratch. The galab jamun dessert was a little too sweet for our taste. All in all we had the ultimate dining experience and will return with guests in the near future.
This is not food. Its a rip off. I have never seen such horrible food in my life. The biggest mistake I did I tried to look at the rating on the internet, should have gone with the bad ones. I think the owner is writing the reviews by himslef to keep thuis place running. It was so embarassing, horrible worst food I have ever seen. I later really felt why did I not confront that lady who served the food, it was pathetic...the food was so bad that we really could not eat it. I think she realized it well enough I was at the verge of exploding. I have seen people complain about the service or being slow but after going there I think they should just close. Its stale food with horrible taste and the worst service. We asked for the recommended food dishes from the lady who seems to be the owner and the server, they don't know what they are cooking, it doesn't even taste like food. Please don't go here if you want to taste Indian food, this restaurant embarasses my country's cooking and serving style. Go somewhere else, eat at Mc Donalds but not here.
MOST FOWL PLACE!!!!!!. This place is so horrible! We left after one bite of food. There were bugs all over the place, the restroom was filthy! DO NOT give this place your business. The owner was the rudest person Ive ever met in my life!
Pathetic!!. Went for a weekday buffet. This was after we had tried other restaurants in the area - Madras Chettinad, Tadka, Sri Krisha Vilas. So the hopes were high. But as another reviewer has already written. Do not believe the ratings. This is especially true about Santoor. There wasn't a single dry curry. Even curries that are traditionally dry were "liquidy". The consolation was the sweet lassi we ordered separately. The cost of the buffet was close to what you would pay for at all of the above restaurants where the variety and quality of food far surpasses Santoor. The service is very good and friendly but if that is the only thing good, that cannot be the motivation to go to this restaurant!! Poor..poor...poor
BLAND and OVER PRICED. Very bland curry, even when we asked for spicy. Really disappointing as the owners said they moved here from Sheffield, UK, so we were expecting the same level of curry we get in the UK. They really need to update the style of curry. BLAND and really over priced too.
Be careful... all indian restaurants are rated 4 or more on 5.
There is no Indian restaurant that does not have a 4 / 4.5 star review. Pl be careful. We are an unethical breed of people and inflate our ratings. Least realising that all indian restaurants end up being 4.5 on 5. Pl use word of mouth and personal discretion to visit all of these restaurants.
I wish health and happiness in yr experimentation with food.
all time favorite Indian place. I've eaten at a lot of Indian restaurants here in Atlanta and in Chicago and New York as well, and Santoor is still my all-time favorite. You might not think you'd find something like this in a little strip mall in the suburbs, but there it is and the food is always delicious. My wife and I are big fans of the chana masala, aloo sag and vegetable korma, but we've never ordered anything here we didn't like. The samosas and nan breads are the best I've ever had. The rice pudding is also especially good. The service isn't lightning fast, but it's always sincerely friendly. A must-try if you're in Roswell and well worth the drive if you live in the city.
Best Indian I have had in Atlanta. I'm by no means an Indian food expert. I have been to more than one restaurant in the Atlanta area, however, and Santoor is my favorite. The food is always delicious, and we always have leftovers to take home. The owners of the restaurant are very friendly and recognize us when we come in. I've only been there about 10 - 15 times in the past year, and he knows my favorite beer! The only thing I would caution against is do not go here thinking you'll be in and out in an hour, but it's a quality experience all the same.
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