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Fri, 29 Oct 2010 20:14:23 +0000http://www.plateoftheday.com/?p=99#comment-8182I went to Panna II last night and the food was good. Banana fritters Superb! Atmosphere was Beautiful and Charming.
However I will not be returning to any of the three Indian restaurants located at 93 1st Avenue (bet. 5th & 6th Street) as the gentlemen standing outside not only berate you prior to going in…but also on the way out!
If you have never been to this triangle of doom let me set the stage…You have three little Indian restaurants right on top of one another, and a small staircase up the center. Milon & Panna II stand at the top of the stairs and Royal Indian Bangladesh sits on the bottom (quite literally for me). Outside of each little glittering door stands a man. As you approach the vicious triangle they all begin to shout at you this shouting is what I believe to be their fragile and coarse attempt to scare you into their establishment. Having set a course for Panna II my sweetheart and I charged straight on through! As I noted above we did indeed have a great meal…however…all good meals must come to an end!
So we finished our meal and I proceeded down the little stairs the three guardsmen were shouting this time at four boys…one of them asked for my opinion. Now I had just walked out of Panna II and I had enjoyed it so I simply said I just ate at Panna II – It was good – you should try it. Next thing you know I was being screamed at by the guy outside of Milon and Royal Indian Bangladesh. I was told: YOU NEVER DO THAT! SHUT UP! YOU’RE STUPID! SHUT UP! SHUT UP!
Ok let me just end with this… That’s just plain bad business and to top it off weird. On the bathroom wall of Panna II was a little graffiti that so eloquently stated…LOVE THY EVERYONE…
NOW if only that were the case I’d be back to visit the sweet trifecta all the time…but alas due to that scene I’ll get my banana fritters elsewhere!
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Sat, 16 Oct 2010 21:37:23 +0000http://www.plateoftheday.com/?p=99#comment-7822this indian reataurant is horrible my first time there and i was very dissapointed if want want good indian food go to mitali trust me on this
Sun, 24 Jan 2010 00:53:31 +0000http://www.plateoftheday.com/?p=99#comment-5852I agree with the reviewer, go to Jackson Heights, for the same money or cheaper you get food which is 100 times better in quality and taste. It was cramped, the food was just bland and no naan, are you kidding me with the pita bread? This place was just disappointing, if it wasn’t for my friends i would have walked out
Fri, 22 Jan 2010 17:53:44 +0000http://www.plateoftheday.com/?p=99#comment-5838i am a loyal customer of Milon, for almost 10 yrs now. they know me when i walk in, every time. i have taken a minimum of 10 friends (even a cple of dates)there over the yrs and EVERYONE loves it. i actually had my best taste of Indian food at a place in Amsterdam, Netherlands, but this place is the next best. i too have been to a few of the others on “the row”, but by far, Milon has the best tasting. i’ve always pondered if the place next door had the same kitchen in the back. lol… at any rate, it is a tasty, inexpensive, yet fun b-day gift to a friend.
Fri, 28 Dec 2007 00:51:29 +0000http://www.plateoftheday.com/?p=99#comment-222I haven’t tried this place before; but I’ve been to utsav, right near broadway and Times Square, and we loved it! I’ve also reviewed it on my blog under restaurants:)
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Wed, 15 Nov 2006 17:31:45 +0000http://www.plateoftheday.com/?p=99#comment-221You go to the cheapest places and you’ll get what you pay for. I live on 6th St on that block so I’ve tried most of the eateries. The buffets at Mitali and Brick Lane are excellent. They each have their fine points, I find service much better at Mitali (Brick Lane service is almost nonexistent for the buffet). I’m friendly with the folks at Calcutta and have never had a bad meal except for the grilled mixed meats. Ghandi has the most amazing samosas and great prices. While this isn’t London BrickLane where the barkers outright lie to you about what you’ll get, if you order a 12 course $6 meal, you’re gonna get a $6 meal. I’ve never been there but my friend with expensive tastes says the eatery on the corner of 6th and 1st Ave is very tasty, like the Brick Lane, its a little expensive for my wallet, esp with Ghandi across the street!
Sun, 15 Oct 2006 10:26:51 +0000http://www.plateoftheday.com/?p=99#comment-220i have been to milon on a couple of occassions whilst in new york and have experienced the most memorable times there, stop being so negative about these places, what do you expect for the price you pay, it’s not like it’s fine dining, the atmosphere is fabulous……………go more upmarket and stop whingeing.