Bhojanic serves authentic North Indian cuisine. The dining area provides a large, open and modern space to enjoy a delicious - and spicy - meal with family and friends. Although the restaurant may look and feel modern, the recipes and techniques that Bhojanic uses to prepare its home-style dishes have been handed down over the last four generations.
The menu options at Bhojanic include lighter versions of traditional Punjabi cuisine using less butter and cream. There are plenty of light, vegan and gluten-free options for everyone to try. Dig into the dishes from this award-winning restaurant and experience the mouthwatering, intense flavors of North India for yourself.
We went there for the 1st time and it was great. Use scoutmob and we got an amzing deal for the quality
get the paani puri and a thali plate so you can try a little of everything. I've eaten here quite a few times and tried just about everything and they're all great. For a quick lunch, get the chicken khadi wrap!
Both locations have been part of the ATL food scene for years, and rightfully so. Their staff carry the "warning" that their food has flavor - and they're right. Expertly created traditional and newer Indian dishes abound here, as well as a good selection of Indian beers and other drinks. While not the broadest menu of Indian dishes in town, everything they have is done exceptionally well. If you're looking for an outstanding Indian food in ATL, you'd have a hard time going wrong here.
We were so excited about this restaurant. Got there to find it was brightly lite, no table cloths, waitstaff got so helpful with menu. Disappointed! They did have live music
We eat here often, but this was an interesting dining experience as during dinner there was a thunderstorm which turned into a hail storm with hail the size of golf balls! The staff took this in stride. They brought in more candles, small lanterns and other devices. The staff quickly moved around the room to seek anyone wanting food orders as some things would become unavailable due to the power outage in the kitchen. The bar also continued to serve, the only issue became that they had to do hand written itemized checks and recording your credit card the old fashioned paper way! It made for a fun evening at a cool place!
So great!!!! Great service and felt so authentic. Nice and quiet - great environment to enjoy :)
Been to this restaurant many times (always crowded, good service and great food). This time (a Monday) there were only a few other tables. The service was not efficient. They were out of every beer we requested. Finally they said we'll give you free beers if we can find one you like. The food was good but not great. Overall a disappointment.
We walked into a beautiful restaurant with gorgeous artwork and were allowed to choose our table. We then ordered an appetizer ~ mixed pakora ~ and a mango lassi. The pakora was the best we've ever had (and we eat Indian out a lot), and the lassi was definitely yogurt-y but not very mango-y. We then ordered the bhel puri and the 3 vegetarian dish thali ~ all of which was delicious. We got a nice sampling and paid only $38 for 3 people. Not bad for great Indian food with a comfortable fancy atmosphere!
Our server was awkward, inefficient, stressed, and quite bossy. The food was good, but certain items were almost unbearably salty.
Our first time at Bhojanic, and we are hooked. The food was excellent, and our server was quite helpful in navigating the menu (for those who are not familiar with traditional Indian dishes). Service was prompt even on a hectic Valentine's evening!
The food has so much flavor, we didn't want to stop eating. Even the rice was tasty. The atmosphere was nice. Not too cramped or noisy when we were there, but would likely be noisy when crowded.
I always enjoy eating here. The food is outstanding, especially the Samosas. Best I've ever!
Our several tapas were great, as always. A tip -- always check the daily vegetable and dal specials. The meats are generally only available with thalis, but you can order a 1/2 or full size of the daily vegetables.
Food was a little spicy. Our kids didn't eat properly. There was little paneer in so-called Saag-Paneer (1 or 2 pieces). No salad included on the thali.
I don't mind driving 35 minutes for Bhojanic. It never disappoints. Great food and alcohol selection.