|Address:||4113 Pennsylvania Ave, Kansas City, MO 64111, USA|
|Working:||Closed 11AM–2:30PM 11AM–2:30PM 11AM–2:30PM 11AM–2:30PM 11AM–2:30PM 11AM–2:30PM|
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My first time in kansas city and the first restaurant I go to is Korma ! What a bummer ! The moment I entered, I saw that the ambience really sucked..But I thought if the food was good , it din matter. But turns out that the food was worse. The food in general had some stink ! The halwa was rotten and seemed like it had been prepared days ago ! The Gulabjamun tasted aweful. There werent many options for veggie lovers ! At one point I got up and absolutely yelled at the manager. But it din affect him at all and he could even speak much as he knew there was something wrong with the food ! He did not even care to slash the final bill amount. As I left furious, I thought it was over but the worst was yet to come. I was driving up north and had to stop twice to go to the restroom. I had a stomach upset !!!! I have never eaten such horrendous food and I am planning to make a complaint to the city health services. Also I feel the good reviews are written by the owner with different IDs. The one below me says ..."best indian food" in US. Are you kidding me ? Please dont tarnish Indias name like thi !So I would recommend others to not go to Korma unless they make significant changes to the restaurant.
DO NOT ORDER BIRYANI! We were visiting KC from out of town and happened to be in the Westport area. Went in for dinner as we were craving for some Indian food. We ordered a goat curry which, although a little bland, was okay. It came with basmati rice which was sticky! Thats one thing you would never expect from basmati.....The biryani! It was basically rice and mutton curry. On inquiring if we have the correct order, the manager told us thats how North Indian biryani is. Now, we are from North India and if you sell this biryani in North India, you will be going out of business the same day. I told the manager that we are from North India and its not okay to spoil the name of North Indian food. This made the manager angry and after a few sarcastic looks and comments, he said that he will cancel it. Overall a very mediocre restaurant with God Awful biryani for 15$$$! Which will be falsefully served as some North Indian version North India has never seen. Avoid it!
My family loves going to the Korma Sutra down in Overland Park. We are gluten and dairy free and the staff at the OP site are very accomodating and the food and service are great. SO, we thought Korma II would be the same. Wow were we wrong. The service was pitiful, they had one waitress for the whole restaurant on a Friday night (45-50 diners). We had to wait 20 minutes before she came to our table. When we asked about gluten and dairy free, she was bothered and short with us. When we tried to order food we eat at OP Korma, she rudely brushed off our questions. We waited almost 40 minutes for food. And then the meat was all over cooked. Chicken was dry and shrimp was rubbery. Ugh! The sauces and spices were good, but that was it. Then we had to track our waitress down to ask for our check. We will never go back to this spot. The Overland Park spot is the best, but this version is a pale immitation.
A Private User
This restaurant is located at two places viz. Westport and Overland Park. I have been to both the places many times. The food at both the places is average or below average most of the times. The ambience is not that great. If you go to the one in Overland Park, you will find it cramped and crowed. The manager at this place has an uncanny habit of behaving rudely with customers and insulting them. Secondly, he can barely speak english which makes communicating difficult and results in messy food being served. Initially the food used to be good but now the quality has degraded (both of food and management). I would advice everyone to try some other restaurant
Food was good, a little bland for the "medium" spice rating, but service was unexpectedly terrible. While taking my order, the waiter kept on asking me to repeat and point to each item on the menu. I would expect the servers at any restaurant to know the menu without having people point out individual items on the menu. We went in at a slow time, and were seated at a table close to the kitchen window/ to go counter. I speak Hindi and Punjabi and I could hear the staff talking about us/ making rude comments. There was also just a lot of strange staring/ standing near our table watching us eat. The owners need to reevaluate how their staff treat patrons.
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Showed up 30 prior to close and was told to hurry the kitchen was about to close... Okay, no problem we can eat quickly until they started rushing us taking no care that they we throwing 3 mixing sauces together in one bowl and serving us as if it were normal... it was disgusting, they had no care at all reaching over us to remove the plates as were are now packing our food to go to keep from being an inconvenience to them... sad about my experience because my first time going there was the reason we went again. They were rude and very inconsiderate.... thanks for making my date night a bad memory.
My experience was terrible, to start no vegetables on steam table, Tandoori chicken was undercooked. Second, trying to expose my son to different foods and he is looking at me thinking " Dad why are we here, Id rather have a burger". I finally get son to try the naan and chicken, hes warming up to this idea, Boom! He finds what looks like beard hair in his food. I call the young lady over who works register, bringing the hair issue to her attention, She takes a look at me and then the bad attitude starts, staring at me as though the issue is with me instead of the hair mixed in a delightful sauce.
The service left much to be desired. Although I made eye contact with one of the servers several times, he never came to our table to take our order, or even to check that everything was all right. When my friend asked for another small bowl of the chutney and tamarind sauce condiments that you usually get at Indian restaurants, that same server who refused to acknowledge my eye contact, told her somewhat jeeringly that it was only an appetizer. The service was not good, and the food was just as sub par as the service. I wouldnt eat there again, and I certainly wouldnt recommend it.
A Private User
I just read the last reviews. While I agree that this place needs some decor updates, the food and service is phenomenal. For the same price of a Panera sandwich and salad a person gets royal treatment at lunch. And while dinners range between 11-20, they are worth it. I am the cheapest person I know when it comes to dining out, but I refuse to skimp on quality. I had a better time here than I ever have at Plaza III. It is a relaxed experience and gustatory delight. Of course I am not a desi, so I didnt have to realize the discrimination. hahahahaha that is awesome.
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I been to this place for about 3 times, and will never set a foot in it again. The food is not authentic, and medicore at its best. However the treatment I received 2 out of 3 times was very bad, and it was coming from one server/owner. Any Indians going there, please be aware, the treatment is very different whether you are Indian. One example is, they will give free refills of mango lassi to everybody else, but always skip over you, and no one would even bother to ask you about food. Bad Bad Bad customer experience. I will never go there again.