Good indian fast food,.
The wraps are good and my favourite is the Desiwrap. I go there for the food and not particularly for the ambience which could do with a touch up. Great for takeout. Service is average but so is the price.Its definitely a fast food place so dont go with expectations of a sit down restaurant.
I didn't care for this place, at all. The food is bland, the menu choices are not many, the service is poor and the prices are not good. For $10.00, you get rice, a curry dish and naan, which is ridiculous considering the number of excellent Indian out there, charging less that $9 for all-you-can-eat buffet lunches. Also,the ambience is non-existent. The place is not warm and inviting like most Indian restaurants I've been to. I will not be going back.
I went to this restaurant based on previous reviews (i.e. "best Indian in Fremont"). I could not disagree more. First of all, it is not a cafe or a restaurant, rather an Indian Fast Food joint. Can you say lack of atmosphere? The food is uninspiring, greasy, and bland (particularly the naan, but the rice wasn't bad). My dish came a while after my dining companion, and my glass was dirty. The service was poor/sullen.
The Managers or owners whoever they were, were there with their kids who would not stop running around and screaming their heads off. Food was good, two dinners for $20, would consider going back if it was the only place open.
Still the best!.
Have been eating at Chaat Cafe for 3 years and it remains the best Indian restaurant in Fremont, and the long lines will attest to that. Usually packed with south asians, the food is the best outside of delhi. My favorite items are samosa's, keema naan and pakoras. The butter chicken is good also, but only available certain days. The naan, in general, is amazing, whether it be stuffed with meat or veggies or eaten plain with a curry.