|★★★★ Location is tucked away behind a 7-11 store. Food was really good. Friend recommend the place. They don't have butter chicken on the menu but are able to make it if you ask. Nihari was really good too. Large portions for reasonable price. Would recommend. |
|★★★★★ The food is just fabulous. Nehari, kebabs, biryani etc are all very desi and are hard to find in Michigan.|
Totally recommend it.
Also, please ignore the comments that Saad WholeSale Meat is non-zabiha. People who have no knowledge love to malign a perfectly legitimate halal business.
|★★ NOT A ZABIHA EATRY. Just a halal (non-pig)|
Five STARS for the food
No Star for people who want to eat Zabiha only, Islamically kill and the name of Allah while cutting. This place gets their meat from SAAD meat supplier who is a well know non-Zabiha supplier. Saad takes 80% of the meat from Wolverine (Zabiha meat) and 20% he mixed from the market (Non-Zabiha).
I have stopped eating food from this place. I wish they consider as a Muslim what they should feed their customers and tell the truth about their meat.
The food tastes great though.
Choice is yours.
|★★★ Nihari was excellent, naan was good, other items were decent. $1 per somosa is crazy high and size was small but good.|
|★★★ i like their fresh nan, nihari n chicken karahi.they r the best n makes me wanna go again.but their other dishes doesnt impress me much.|
|★★★★★ Nihari Cafe is one of the best pakistani restaurant around. Owners are pakistanis and I personally know them. I always go there because I think their food is excellent, especially the curries. All chicken and Lamb dishes offer typical authentic pakistani taste. Their nihair is also very good. Give it a try. It s a small, clean and friendly place.|
|★★★★★ Well I'm pretty sure this is one of the very few Pakistani restaraunts left in the Detroit suburbs. The food is pretty good and the prices are reasonable. Not a bad environment though I wish they still had their buffet open.|
|★★★ Looks like the management has changed. The new name is Nihari Restaurant. Food is not bad.|
Their lunch buffet is $7.99 on weekdays. Even though they say they accept Visa or Mastercard, the transaction has to be more than 10 dollars. So inorder to have a lunch buffet, you should carry cash. I once recommended this place for lunch to my work collegues and they changed the idea of going there after learning that they should carry cash for less than 10 dollars.
|★★★★ Good food, you should know what you want. Chicken wrap is ultimate, the owners are from Bangladesh and makes good asain indian food. Weekend buffet is worth a try, price is reasonable.|
|★★★ Several good dishes. Lunch buffet on Sunday is very filling. Best item is Tandoori chicken.|
|★★★★ Solost - there are different types of korma and the korma you had is actually right. I guess they forgot to specify thta it was WHITE KORMA, which is also usually served sweet.|
Anyway, the food was really good especially the tikka!!
|★ This particular location of Aladdin serves profoundly Bad food. The servers are nice, service is fast, however the food is not worth it. Dont get me wrong, it is edible food. Its just not Desi. I asked for chicken korma on my last visit there, and I received what can best described as yougurt chicken. It was white. Upon objection, the chef (a nice guy) came out to explain that this was indeed Korma. Ive had the same dish at the other location and it was brown/red in color and delicious.|
Aladdin has another location in Hamtramck on Conant Ave. I am a fan and frequent it, despite the 30 minute drive.