favorite indian food, favorite dish, great first time everything, polite service, good nahari, good mmmmmmmm, favorite dessert
best indian food restaurant in AMERICA.
if you you like indian food, youll love this place. its is right off the 405 fwy, and serves the best food i have ever tasted. i am not indian, and i cant resist passing by and not stopping.
my favorite are the charga chicken, biryani, and the fresh baked nann bread.
the taste is out of this world. I was introduced to Bilal restaurant while working at the LAX airport, and since it was only a couple of miles away, i couldn't resist being there at least twice a week to try a new thing or repeat an extraordinary tasteful experience. though, when i moved awy to an over an hour away drive, i found my self remaining as a loyal customer to this place. Reading this, you might think of it as a very extravagant restaurant. actually, it is a very humble place, whit a very welcoming crew. it's family operated kitchen is a factory for the best Indian food i have tried since i arrived to the U.S, and believe me i have tried many. if you ever decide to go and visit, make sure to try their beef and chicken Biryani, also, its a must to try their out of this world tandoori shrimp, and my favorite of all is their Targa chicken with an order of their freshly, on order baked Naan bread. Bilal restaurant, i wish you many more years of success.
I love this place!. I wandered in here with someone who could only eat halal food. A bit skeptical because it was in a strip...I was astounded by the quality of authentic flavors. Not like most Indian-American food with over the top curry flavors. This is REAL Pakistani food with an Afghani twist. The chef is something special. The service is polite and to the point and the prices are ridiculously inexpensive. I have already brought 5 new people to this place with varied backgrounds and ALL of them crave Bilal. My new favorite dish is the Aloo Maatar which has just the right tomato-y creamy flavor with the freshest peas and perfectly cooked potatoes. My favorite dessert is a tie between the kheer (rice pudding) and the gajar halwa (sweet shredded carrot dessert). On Friday nights, they have a special biriyani dish that is not to be missed! Yum! No frills decor and service with amazing food and cheap prices. Lucky us! :-)
Bilal. Bilal Cuisine is by far the greatest Indian/Pakistani restaurant that I have been to in a long time. I reccomend anybody who likes Indian/Pakistani food to go to this restaurant because the food is great, and so are the prices! My personal favorite food at Bilal Cuisine is their Nahari, MMMMMMMM it's GOOD!! You should try it if you ever go. All in all, to Bilal Cuisine, i give ***** 5 STARS!
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