Food was delicious, service was excellent. First time there, can't wait to go back.
Really enjoyed our meal at Deccan. Had chicken tikka and chicken 555 as our appetizer - both were very tasty and, even at medium level were nicely spicy.
Our mains were curry chicken, curry shrimp, and tandoori chicken. The curry dishes were great but a bit light chicken / shrimp. Tandoori chicken was very tasty. All three had a lot of sauce, which if you order naan (we had garlic naan), is great for dipping.
Overall the food was very good and the service was excellent. Definitely enjoyed our meal and would go back.
This was our first experience at Deccan Spice and we were all impressed. We opted for the lunch buffet, which had lots of choices: hot, cold, meat, vegetarian, spicy and mild. Among the five of us we tried everything. While we all liked different things, we all agreed the butter chicken was amazing! We will definitely go back.
My new favorite restaurant. I was there twice in a week and plan to go back often!
They don't americanize the dishes. Had the lunch buffet and sampled maybe a third of the many offerings. None of the dishes say long in the serving area. They had many customers and good food velocity. Dishes were fresh. Best Indian I've had in a long time. Probably the best in St Pete area.
The food is absolutely the best indian food we've ever had, and our 4 friends that we took also agreed.
OUTSTANDING FOOD FLAVORS, and super friendly service. Bar for cocktails is pretty limited, they don't really know how to make a martini. Odd that they played NHL hockey and pro basketball on screens overlooking the dining area, while Indian music played in the background.
Amazingly delicious food with super friendly fast attentive service. Really liked the interior design except for the bigscreen projector playing a college basketball game overlooking the dining tables. The server said she'll mention it to the owner, so that screen might disappear real soon. GREAT FOOD!!
They were great about my daughters nut allergy. They had 3 people for serving and they were busy but they did a great job checking in on us. The portions were good, we had plenty of left overs. The lassi was really thick and good.
Super friendly service directly from the owner and the beef pho and wrapped tilapia were excellent in this simple decor great spot.
Cuisine de Saigon continues to provide authentic Vietnamese dishes that brighten a meal. This time I had a curry soup with vegetables, shrimp, and noodles -- rich spicy flavors in every spoonful made this stand out. Every dish is worth trying. Most of their dishes go for $8 to $14 and you can't get a better price/flavor than what they serve at Cuisine de Saigon. Their Pho soup is a great meal in a bowl. Owners are very attentive to customers and make them feel at home. Décor is very appealing as well.
This was my first visit to this restaurant. My partner and I arrived for a 6:30 reservation on a Saturday night. Did not need reservation since only two tables had dinner guests. In the 90 minutes we were there only 3 more tables became occupied. The item that we wanted to order which was a popular dish was sold out. Hard to understand since there were very few people in the restaurant. The noodle and vegetable dish we ordered had 4 protein options. The one we wanted, shrimp, was not available. Very disappointing.
If you're an adventurous eater and are looking for something different, give Cuisine de Saigon a try. It's a relatively small restaurant with authentic and tasty Vietnamese (and other Asian) dishes accompanied by good service.
service and ambience good. we ordered egg rolls and shrimp egg roll for appetizer. was ok. egg roll needs meat or shrimp. steak au poivre needs more taste, so does the cubed meat.
This was a very poor experience. I should have paid more attention to the other negative reviews. The spring rolls -- meh. Fresh and hot but with little flavor, especially the accompanying sauce. The clay pot fish: first, it was not prepared in a clay pot. Second, this dish should have caramelization but didn't. The crepe: bland and extremely greasy.
There are very good Vietnamese restaurants in the Chicago area. This isn't one.