Sangeet Indian Cuisine
- Mon – Fri 11:30am-2pm, 5:30pm-10:30pm
- Sat – Sun 5:30pm-10:30pm
- Business Dining
- Private Functions
- Payment Types: EFTPOS, MasterCard, AMEX
- Price Range: Moderate, $15 - $25
- Good For Groups: Yes
- Good For Children: Yes
- Takeaways: Yes
- Takes Reservations: Yes
- Meals: Lunch, Dinner
Sangeet Indian Cuisine serves delicious ethnic Indian food.
21 Reviews for Sangeet Indian Cuisine
There new location/restaurant is very nice
I wish they’d do some sort of week night discount or something as mains can be abit expensive.
The food is mediocre and the service is rubbish.
Would recommend this place at all. Tried to over charge on the bill and food left over to take home was packed into one large container with all curries mixed together. Several wait staff available to clear tables and refresh drinks but do you think either of them would have the common sense to do anything about it as they walked past? NO
Don’t waste your time or money.
The wife dose not enjoy curry but she is the first to put her hand up to go to Sengeet as there are a verity of dishes to choose from and she always leaves with a doggy bag as it’s too much for her
This is how I feel about Sangeet. Always top quality food and service. I have tried other Indian Cuisine all over Auckland, but I am never happy when I leave. Rubbish service, couldn’t care less attitude really bugs me. Sangeet is without a doubt the very best.
Davinder & his team have been around for 20 plus years, and are still tops for me.
Lamb Shish Kebabs were of the consistency of sausages. Enough said.
The accompanying mint sauce had no trace of yoghurt and was dominated by what tasted like spearmint milk shake flavouring (it also had the fluorescent artificial green colouring to match).
The Chicken Tika Marsala tasted predominately of tomato soup concentrate. It was appalling to say the least.
The Lamb Madras was a lamb casserole soup with grated coconut.
I strongly suspect that the food served at Sangeet is exactly the same food that is served at a local “Food Station/Junction” (next door to Lone Star Manuaku) for half the price charged.
Food tonight was $64 something, including a glass of what was supposed to be Sav Blanc.
The same food (or same quality food) that is sold at the Food station/junction would have been half the price.
When somebody goes to a restaurant, he must be in good mood bro, I think that does not make any sense to go out to eat if you are not in good mood.
I was in a pretty good mood when I went to grab 2 portions of chilli chicken. Yeah on the other side, I was not well after trying the first bit of chilli chicken. Trust me bro, there is nothing which I am exaggerating the matter. I am telling you the truth. It was awful smell and the mint chutney was more like shake of mint. I mean it does not have any Indian taste.
Another side that every coin has two faces, so do not ignore the guest comments. The big companies spend lot of time and money to get guest review.
Every one makes a mistake, I have tried your food just once which was chilli chicken.
Another thing, as you said your seventeen years of having high quality of food. But this is hard to believe that you have same chef since seventeen years. Because I belong to hotel industry as well in food and beverage operations. Whenever your chef change it affects your food quality even if you are using the same ingredients or method.
Food is excellent across the board, they are consistent which is to be commended when in comes to Indian i believe.
The place has lots of parking and inside is neat, clean and tidy. Service is excellent and food gets to you in a timely manner. It’s never crowded and perfect if you want quiet!
All an all – well recommended.