|★★★★ Good cheap desi food|
|★★★★ Friendly service good food. Taste pretty authentic for pakistani food. Only issue is that the portions are a bit small for the price. If you are in the decatur area def go here.|
|NR Any one tried this place recently ? |
I mean in end 2012.
|★★★ Visited Luqma after a gap of two years. I must say that the taste is not the same. Everything we tried was very spicy and not as tasty as it used to be. Maybe I had a bad experience. The staff is very courteous, but i was not impressed with the food.|
|★★★★★ The food is very cheap around $5 for the entrees) and is very good and of home cooked quality. We tried mutton and chicken biryani, beef nihari, matka gosht, chicken 65 and all of them hit the spot. Very fresh food and great value for money|
|★ They are always out of chicken biryani.....need to work on it|
|★★★★ In our 4 day stay in Atlanta, this restaurant pretty much had our business. While the cutlery was all plastic and the ambience was to match, the food resembled home cooked, each time we went, with the exception of their lamb biryani (the chicken one was great). Nearly every item was tasty, with their flavours spot on. The next time I am in ATL, I'm only going to stick to Luqma.|
|★★★★★ good indian food!|
|★★★ I'm a long time desi resident in Atlanta, looking for good Lahori type of cooking in a restaurant. This is not one. This is a desi fast-food.|
If you order from their "specials", these have been previously cooked and will be served microwaved within 10 min. When I ordered from the menu (and it was served in 15 min.) I was told that previously cooked ingredients are mixed to similate the brand name.
Employees are polite. Place is clean and comfortable.
|★★★★★ Very tasty at a good price. Good wholesome meal.|
|★★★★★ This is our fav restaurant in all of atlanta. Top quality food at a very cheap price. Excellent sitting environment.|
|★★★ good eats|
|★★★★ This place has been open for a while but I did not get a chance to go there till this evening. The food quality is pretty good and the prices are very reasonable. They advertise that the cook is from Chicago and they have prices to match. Quantity was a definite plus too. I ordered Biryani, Nihari, Chicken 65 and Karahi Chicken and all of the above was good. This is a no frills restaurant where you eat in diposable plates using plastic flatware. Nevertheless the food was enough to satisfy a family of four and we still had some left over. I will definitely recommend it to others as well. Zaiqa is right around the corner and now seems ordinary specially because they are very cheap when it comes to portions. This place offered one of the best Naans that I have tried in a long time.|