|★★★★★ Heard a lot about this place, and was pleasantly surprised. The food is excellent, I was in DC on a week long business trip and ate at this place on four different days. I tried everything on the menu and thoroughly enjoyed the food.|
Best Chicken Tikka outside Pakistan!
|★★★★★ This place is really amazing. It's trendy and stylish. Food is high quality. Prices seem pretty good too|
|★★★★★ Nice small desi decorated restaurant. Ordering is little bit slow but chicken tikka excellent done and other portions of meals are small and nicely presented.|
|★★★★★ I drive 15 miles every Saturday with my friends and family - this is a legit pakistan place. Tika boto Roll paratha , halwa puri, nihari are all my fav. So far not even a single bad thing I have taste there .... Fully recommended !!! |
|★★★★★ an elegant classy cafe with small limited menu..a place to bring your non-pakistani friends to sample the food and socialize in a nice setting..i think this is what the owner intends..to introduce pakistani food to the non- pakistani americans..the interior is obvioulsy professionally done with lots of uniformed employees and a corportae chain type feel..yes the portions are a bit small . but their only like 5-6$ so u can get 2 items and it will be like regular restaurant prices.. ..(finally a place where u can bring your non-pakistani friends and not feel embarrased by the unprofessional staff and dirty tables with frowning moustache waiters that is becoming all to common with "pakistani food joints" ..:)..)|
|★★★★★ amazing decor !!! didnt have food just got the menu as passing by ..looked like an american chain inside clean and contemporary|
|★★★★★ Excellent falooda and best chicken tika in DC metro area|
|★★★★★ nihari is awesome, faluda is the best I have had in US so far. Rolls are OK. Very reasonable prices. Would definitely go back anytime.|
|★★ Faluda was way over priced and not made correctly the kabob roll was by far the worst I have had. It seems they nuked the kabob an threw it in a pita bread. |
|★★★★★ Portions are small but food is excellent. I would definitely go back again. |
|★★★★★ Portions are small but so are the prices. Food is very fresh, service is great and atmosphere is unique and clean. My favs are the weekend halva puri and nehari. I also recommend the falooda.|
|★★★★★ Picked up Chicken Biryani and Chicken roll. Both were excellent. Actually reminded me of the Behari Kebab roll on Tariq road Karachi. They also have the infamous Apple Cider soda from Pakistan.|
Food is authentic, specially Biryani. Not unlike other biryanis where they mix rice and chicken qorma and call it a biryani.
Highly recommended, I would definitely keep going as its very close to my place.
|★★★ Small portions. You end up getting two entrees that ends up paying more. However the food is good!|
|★★★★★ Excellent restaurant for anyone looking for a unique yet authentic desi dining experience. Our whole family was impressed with the decor and cleaniness of the restaurant.|
We ordered Bun kabob, Keema Samosa, Spicy Fries, Nihari and Chicken Tikka roll. Everything was mouth watering delicious. For dessert, we ordered 'Kulfi' - a perfectly smooth, sweet and creamy flavor (yummm). Its a must have esp. for kids!
Reasonable prices, great service, delicious food - I would highly recommend it!
|★★★★★ Went there for lunch, and had the Bun kabob, samosas, chili fries, and keem roll. The food was all very good - the owner was very nice also - he mistakenly had charged me twice for a roll, and I did not notice. He came by when I was eating and returned the money to me in cash. I would highly recommend. Authentic Pakistani taste and good quality!|
|★★★★ It was a experience!!!!!!!!!!! Excellent Pakistani fast food at excellent prices!!!!!! Courteous people!!!!!! |
We had reshmi kebab and chicken tikka rolls and we loved it!!!!!!!
We look forward to having halwa puri someday!!!
|★★★★★ As soon as you walk into Toosso, you realize the hard work that has been put into the decor that brings the essence of Pakistan to you. There's a wall full of Kites; another wall is made of bottle caps; the third wall has diner style seating with seats resembling milk cans used traditionally in villages.|
As for the food, the price and quantity is great. We ordered halwa poori, which included 2 pooris, halwa, chholay, aloo, and yogurt. Normally this stuff would cost 10 dollars. Here it was half price. Though not listed on the wall menu, they also serve traditional chai (tea). The quantity for tea wasnt much, but it was refreshingly fresh.
Overall, I would love to go there for dinner. The prices seemed reasonable, and the menu was mouthwatering.