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About Bhojanic Restaurant at The Shops Around Lenox
Traditional Indian food in a Non-traditional atmosphere. Home-style Indian Fusion Tapas in a hip, fun environment. Live Music & special events throughout the week. Specialty House Martinis include Guava, Lychee & Mango. "In a city overrun with South Indian options, Bhojanic offers some of the most vibrant North Indian fare in Atlanta" - Creative Loafing-
Atlanta, GA 30326
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 4:30pm; Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 4:30pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 4:30pm - 10:30pm, Sunday: 12:00pm - 9:00pm
Peachtree Street next to Lenox Square Mall
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Jazz, Funk, Blues, Fusion Indian & popular local DJs.
Parking is available in the Shops Around Lenox parking lot.
Private Party Facilities:
A beautiful private dining room can accommodate up to 20 guests.
Private Party Contact:
Archna Becker: (404) 386-1940
Bar Dining, Beer, Corkage Fee, Delivery, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wine
Bhojanic Restaurant at The Shops Around Lenox Ratings and Reviews
One of my favorite spots for a small business lunch. Food is excellent, lots of different tapas, small plates, your table isn't overwhelmed, the restaurant does good business but never seems to be crazy. Generally easy to hear the conversation which is good for a business lunch.
Quality of food changes with each visit. This time it was obscenely spicy. The server did offer a separate item which was somewhat better. Thanks for that.
There is a lunch menu but it is not available in print. This makes ordering a very confusing process. This is a foolish oversight by the restaurant owners and manager which convey they don't care about the details. God knows what's happening or not happening in the kitchen.
Service was friendly but very rushed.
Not interested in spending my $$ at Bhojanic. By the way, lunch and dinner seem to be priced the same. I couldn't say definitely because there is NO separate lunch menu.
TL;DR: decent food, somewhat competent service, and overpriced.
Food: There is nothing special about the food that cannot be had at any other south Indian style restaurant for a lower price. The metal trays for the thalis feel like an homage to grade school lunch trays and not the banana leaves that are used in some south Indian shops.
Service: Our server had real problems interacting with people and frequently forgot parts of our order. The hostess would address the table by looking at another table, looking them in the eye, and then stating something to someone to our table.
Price: $15 for vegetable Biryani (which is spelled two different ways on the menus) is really reaching. There is some attempt to make up for the price with quantity, but I really don't care for a truckload of middle of the road food.
The kitchen used pepper to mask the lack of flavor in both dishes we ordered. The highlight was the Naan. Service was slow, the noise was high. The server left and did not return, excuse, a large group. We were travelling for a special occassion and walked over for a nice evening. Maybe the lack of guests should have been a clue to leave.
We were seated quickly and the server was pleasant. Appetizers took a little long to come out and felt lukewarm, but still pretty tasty. Ordered the Palak Paneer which was way too heavy on ginger, but still edible. Overall, I'd definitely take another shot if I was in the area, but not a favorite yet.
I had lamb curry, saag paneer, and a cauliflower & potato dish. We also had a shrimp dish for an appetizer. Everything was very flavorful. Some of it was pretty spicy but not too spicy. We both had a chai, which was also delicious. The servers were very friendly and attentive. I'll definitely go back!
We went to the Sunday Jazz Brunch on New Year' Day. The food was delicious and the service exemplary. Our waitress was knowledgeable, attentive, and had a great personality. I understand now why Bhojanic is considered the best Indian restaurant in Atlanta. I can't wait to go back.
Made a reservation for 6 then increased it to 12. When we got to the restaurant, we were told the reservation was only made for 5 people. However, the restaurant was empty, and accommodated us fast. Service with food was fine. We had to ask for water though, which is not good. That should be brought to the table regardless of other drinks ordered.
Bindi, samosa chaat and paneer bhojani were good.
Chili paneer was too sweet, and tasted more Indo chinese than authentic Indian. The mixed pakora platter was bland and dry.
For the convenience of thalis and variety in veg food, I recommend Bhojanic. But, there need to be improvements in service and taste/quality of some dishes.
I was very pleased with the food and service at Bhojanic. The food is very good value for the price. I've dined at many restaurants that served this style of food; this place ranks very high on the list in food authenticity and taste. My wife who had to be persuaded to try Indian food, enjoyed her meal selection as well.
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