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My husband and I love Delhi Diner as a restaurant—top notch, fresh, and beautifully prepared Indian food, with great ambiance and service—but this review is about Delhi Diner as a caterer. And it is a glowing one. We got married about a week ago at Lawrence Hall of Science in Berkeley. We knew from the get-go that we wanted Indian food, and we searched high and low for a caterer that would be able to handle 200 guests, many of whom were Indian, since my husband's family is from India. Delhi Diner was by far the best and most authentic food we tried. We took many family members and friends there in the weeks leading up to the wedding, and they all loved it. But would Subhash and his team be able to scale up their excellent food for 200 people? Yikes! We didn't know. We were nervous! We needn't have been. The food arrived on our wedding day steaming hot, full of aromatic herbs and spices, fresh vegetables, and succulent meat. We ordered chicken tikka masala, roghan josh, chana masala, saag paneer, aloo ghobi, naan, papadam, rice pulao, and condiments. Our guests were wowed by the food—even all the Indians remarked at how good it was. A few guests even called it the best wedding food they'd ever had. Subhash was also a very attentive and careful vendor. He pledged to us several times during the process leading up to the wedding that he'd help to ensure it was a night we wouldn't forget. He totally delivered, and we could not recommend both Delhi Diner the restaurant and its catering services more highly. Bravo, Subhash, and we'll see you again very soon. (And likely very soon after that...)
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