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Tadka Indian Cuisine
Indian Restaurant$$
Today 12:00 – 10:00 pm
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3535 W Dublin Granville Rd Columbus, OH 43235, United States
3535 West Dublin Granville RoadUSOhioColumbus43235
$$Indian Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Indian Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
South Asian Restaurant
Chinese Restaurant
Buffet Restaurant
Banquet Hall
Today 12:00 – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pmSaturday 12:00 – 11:00 pmSunday 12:00 – 10:00 pm
Authentic Indian cuisine coupled with a fun atmosphere makes Tadka the ultimate Indian restaurant in Central Ohio. Tadka provides fresh Indian food, exclusive choices, and a large array of vegetarian
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A straightforward spot serving Indian dishes & a separate Indo-Chinese fusion menu, plus cocktails.- Google
"My favorite Tadka dish is Butter Chicken and Tandoori Platter, yummy."
"I'm no expert on Indian food; I just love it."
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Saleemah Benzegala-Bailey
in the last week
My husband and I ate here. The food was excellent, the lighting was perfect. The waiter adjusting the lighting to make sure it was perfect. The food was delicious and the waitress made us feel that she was assigned to us the entire evening. We will definitely eat there again!
Sean King
6 months ago
The food was above average for their rival Indian restaurants first and foremost, however the customer service was horrid. We ended up grabbing our own menus following sitting for 15min w/o service only to have an awkward conversation w/a non English-speaking waiter. Even basics were missed, such as our having to ask for silverware, using a restroom w/broken everything, and having to request our bill despite it being readily apparent we were done-ski. Just as strip clubs, wk day afternoons such as Tuesdays herald their B Team.
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Shivakumar Ravi
9 months ago
We were in for buffet this past sunday. The food is almost always average. They were much better when they were only Bamboo Garden earlier. And the menu needs to be revamped - at least for the weekends... The chinese wrap was a disappointment. The Chat section is almost always a hit with the family. Where I felt there was a problem is with the pricing for the buffet. We were 4 adults, one toddler and an infant. At the buffet there is literally no service whatsoever but they charge you 18% gratuity for tables over 5 people. We ended up spending $80 for 4 people. The toddler had next to nothing to eat (3.5 years old). Way too expensive.... I consider this a rip off.... And the service is at best average especially during the lunch buffet.
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Enrique Corona
9 months ago
Went here to try Indian Chinese, but ended up getting the lunch buffet as it is pretty much the same price as an entree. I'm no expert on Indian food; I just love it. I tried a number of the dishes. The Chinese and some of the Indian were good. The rest of the Indian was great. The goat and gulab jamun were my amazing. It's a bit pricey for a lunch buffet, but the quality of the food certainly met my expectations. There was this Indian lady serving the dishes at one part of the buffet. I'm not sure she was very good with English, but she just kept saying "samosa?" even when I came back a second time. I realize that I don't look like an Indian connoisseur, but what does this lady think, that I just come to Indian buffets to challenge myself to how many fried potatoes I can slam down? So I got my own daal or whatever the hell it was, since I couldn't ask this lady, and enjoyed it.
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love bird
a month ago
Suddenly I just visit to the Tadka's web so I was thinking to comment about my foods and service! This time it wasn't busy! WOOHOO! :) We enjoyed everything we ordered and the service was excellent, friendly and efficient. We were first time in the restaurant and we don't know what's good in here or popular.. We ordered CKN 65 for appetizer which came on nice plate/and ROSE which is made out of Carrot! Then the server chosen for me food which is chicken tikka masala, one of the lamb dish, some Garlic Naan and mango lassi. oh lastly, he also chose for us the best dessert Rash-malaii. I really appreciate this kind of customer service. In fact, everything was perfectly spiced for our taste. The rice was plentiful and the naan nicely toasted. It was best service ever seen in my life. He brought our foods from the kitchen, nicely packed our foods whatever left on, complimentary special chinese salads, Papadam, chutneys etc...! But, I can't remember the server name now. That's all I know he's from bangladesh where the Royal bengal's are. His name start with H. I will try to find him next time in there and remember his name...
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Rakesh Kumar
5 months ago
I went to this place after hearing some good reviews. I went for a buffet in the weekend. Ambiance is ok. Service is ok. Food is at the most average. The menu options are nowhere compared to what they charge for weekend buffet. So ai am ecstatic about visiting this place again.
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dर. SkT
8 months ago
This is best Indian restaurant for ala carte. Dishes are reasonable 10-12$. Starters 7-10$. If you early by American dinner time (7 Pm in winters and before 8 PM in summer), service is really fast. If ordered more food, they also provide free boxes to take the remainings with you.
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Showkat Salah Uddin
2 months ago
Their servers are not smart and lack of coordination. Appetizer serves after main dish - the most usual thing I had experienced with. They never asked for dessert.


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