|★ Short and sweet: Don't go here!|
|★ The food is very average, and the quantity is very expensive for the price. A Biryani costs from $12-$14, which you can get anywhere for $7.|
The servers and owners were very rude. They charged a 20% service charge and when we inquired about it, they told us to get the f*** out. This place is not recommended at all. Especially not with girls and families.
|★★ I went there to smoke hookah. I thought it would have a family like environment since they claim to serve halal meat but unfortunately the environment made me feel that something is not right...I highly doubt that there food is halal... There was no mention of Halal food on the menu... A hookah and Tea, they automatically include 18% Graduity...not fair..|
I heard this was a divey hookah place but went there for lunch as I waited for a visa from a nearby embassy. The service was poor and the food wasn't great.... and 4 dollars for a soda isn't very reasonable.
|★★ Food was not really that great. The enviornment was not good at all. There was loud music, everyone was smoking hookah, and there was only one waiter. A bit expensive. |
|★ Service here is really BAD. You have to beg to be seated and then beg for service. Staff is very unfriendly and when we asked our serve if the meat was halal she said she did not know what halal is. They also did not carry roughly 5 items that were printed on the menu. After they bring your food they don't even bother to check up on you and come with the bill and stare at you until pay it and leave. Horrible place to go. |
|★★ not a good environment for those seeking jannah.|
|★★★ Used to go here for hookah. They also have a food menu which was okay. The rush is a little rowdy on the weekends. Basically, you don't go to Prince Cafe to eat -- it is mainly a hookah cafe for students.|
|★★★ Good food but really bad service. The waiters can be extremely rude. |
|★★★★ I went to this place yesterday. It has probably undergone a management change since these old reviews. Still the same address/ph#, it's now called Prince Cafe, serves middle-eastern cuisine & staff assures that everything is halal.|
Food was good & portions generous.
|★★★★★ The food is great but unfortunately not everything is Halaal. I just called and they told me that only the chicken tikka is Halaal. |
|★★★ "Marjan of Georgetown is not all halal, only their tikka is halal."|
|★★★★ "Actually, only their lamb is halal."|
|★★★★ Great place for kabobs in Georgetown. The chicken makhni is excellent.|