Daily: 12:00 - 15:00
Daily: 18:00 - 23:00
Quirkily decorated with tribal art, this Indian restaurant serves a diverse range of food from across the subcontinent. Try the Mirchi ka pakora (batter-fried chilli with potatoes), aloo gobi and poteli kebab (chicken breast and minced lamb marinated in yoghurt and cooked in the tandoor).
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The Food The most unusual thing about Mirchi is the range of flavours. While packing a punch in the mains and rich dishes, Mirchi’s array of options in its revamped menu strikes a good balance between light and heavy tastes.
The Bombay Papdi Chaat ($7) is popular street food in India; these soft potato chunks tossed in tamarind chutney and mint yoghurt served atop crisp crackers are a force to be reckoned with. The light crunch of the cracker balances the creamy texture of the chutney and yoghurt. The team at Mirchi also told us that in India, street hawkers would display all the options for fillings on their carts, and customers can pick and make their own dishes!
The place has a nice ambience , the foods' a bit spicy for my taste, but overal a good place to dine with friends/ family ..
THe Menu is quite good for the both veg and Non Veg , the choices are sufficient .
Loved the Tomato soup , very rich flavored ..
Cliched Indian restaurant.
Ambiance - cheap decor. Felt like it was a hole in a wall. Although restaurant was clean.
Service - courteous, but could have been a lot warmer, more welcoming and more attentive. They weren't any of that.
Food - good. Could get something similar elsewhere for much cheaper.
The evening didn't leave a bad taste in our mouths, but nothing to call us back again.