Great food - can't wait to go back. We went to Paradise India Cuisine passing through town visiting friends. Loved the food. Briyani and gulab jamun were especially good. Buffet was really good – so many very nice tasting subjies to choose from. Really close to Cisco and other RTP offices – easy to get to. While the building wasn’t huge and fancy, the food was great and at a good price. Will visit again and do recommend.
Very bad taste. This is not the right place to taste Hyderabad Biryani and also no where close to Hyderabad.The quantity given will not be sufficient for 8 year kid. The taste is different every day, looks like the food is cooked for whole and kept in freezer and made it hot and served.
This Place sucks..
Don't go by the reviews written, this is all made up stories by the owner and posted by himself. This place really sucks,no good quality food and very bad service. The dumka Biryani is cooked once is a week and served for weeks and that is the reason it looks different taste every day.
As said in one of the reviews, this guy want to become a millioner overnight.
Go and search for Paradise franchies in other place and they are keeping Briyani part of Lunch buffet. It is made up stories by the owner that they cannot serve briyani in lunch, this guy wants to make maximum profit in everything.
Better than most. I agree with Belabee's comment completely! I do have to add that the take out food we had last night was the best Indian food I have had so far in the US! Reminded me a lot of some of my favorite restaurants back home in India! Way to go and please keep up the quality of the food!
Paradise India better than Saffron?.
We got some take out food from paradise and it was very good. Hot (temperature and taste), flavorful,and tasty. You could see the fresh ingredients in the dishes which is always a plus. Those pinkish curries leave me disappointed and wanting to scream.
We ordered lamb sheekh kababs (5 stars), Hyderabad goat korma ( 4.5 stars), Murg tawa masala (4 stars), and Paneer Darbar (3.5 stars).
I only wish they had more veggie options that looked not that loaded with fat, but then you really dont expect Indian restaurant food to be nutritious and healthful. Certainly not the food to eat if you are trying to get into your skinny jeans.
Just one warning, their medium spicy is quite spicy. So if you think you cannot handle much heat then order the food "mild spicy".
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