232 E 58th St
New York, NY 10022

Phone: 212-688-4619

Map / Directions Map / Directions

Hours:
Daily Noon-3pm, 5pm-11pm

Dining Options:
Bar / Lounge, Catering, Delivery, Disabled Accessible, Family Friendly, Group Friendly, Non-Smoking, Parties / Private Rooms, Take Out

Cuisine:
Indian


10BEST Says

Indian: On a mission to eat like a king on a plebeian budget? Give this casual Indian spot in Midtown East a shot. The lunch buffet, priced at under $15, is a neighborhood steal. Come early and come often to tuck into traditional favorites like saag aloo, daal makhni, bhuni gobi matter and rich, creamy butter chicken. The a la carte menu is impressively vast, with dosas and tandoori fare alongside goat curry with dry red chilies, cumin-scented jeera ghee rice, and spicy phall, an Anglo-Indian dish cooked with The modest interiors are tastefully decorated, and the service is consistently professional and friendly.

Buffet: If you're on the quest for an especially good bargain in the East 50s, give this casual Indian spot a shot. Their lunch buffet, priced at under $15, is a bountiful spread that's full of traditional favs from several regions (ergo the "Eclectic Indian Cuisine" tag on their awning), among them a handful of flavorful chicken, fish, lamb and vegetarian offerings. The interior is tastefully — if modestly — decorated, and the service is consistently professional and friendly. TRAIN: N, R to Lexington Ave; 4,5,6, to 59th St


Insider Tips

Local Expert Says:

Indian: "All of the carb-centric rotiyan on the menu are great, but the onion naan was blessed by one Martha Stewart."

Best for Indian Because: There is no shortage of Indian lunch buffets in Manhattan, but Chola takes the cake for variety, service and stellar cuisine.

10Best List photo 10BEST says

Indian: On a mission to eat like a king on a plebeian budget? Give this casual Indian spot in Midtown East a shot. The lunch buffet, priced at under $15, is a neighborhood steal. Come early and come often to tuck into traditional favorites like saag aloo, daal makhni, bhuni gobi matter and rich, creamy butter chicken. The a la carte menu is impressively vast, with dosas and tandoori fare alongside goat curry with dry red chilies, cumin-scented jeera ghee rice, and spicy phall, an Anglo-Indian dish cooked with The modest interiors are tastefully decorated, and the service is consistently professional and friendly.

Buffet: If you're on the quest for an especially good bargain in the East 50s, give this casual Indian spot a shot. Their lunch buffet, priced at under $15, is a bountiful spread that's full of traditional favs from several regions (ergo the "Eclectic Indian Cuisine" tag on their awning), among them a handful of flavorful chicken, fish, lamb and vegetarian offerings. The interior is tastefully — if modestly — decorated, and the service is consistently professional and friendly. TRAIN: N, R to Lexington Ave; 4,5,6, to 59th St

10Best List photo Insider Tips

Local Expert Anjali Mansukhani Says:

Indian: "All of the carb-centric rotiyan on the menu are great, but the onion naan was blessed by one Martha Stewart."

Best for Indian Because: There is no shortage of Indian lunch buffets in Manhattan, but Chola takes the cake for variety, service and stellar cuisine.

Lunch Menu

Lunch Buffet

Dinner Menu

Soups & Salads
Veg Starters
Non Veg Starters
Muniyandi Dosa Stall
Tandoor
Chicken
Lamb
Goat
Fish
Shrimp
Vegan
Vegetarian
Daals & More
Chawal
Biryani
Rotiyan
Sides
Spicy Club

Wine Menu

Sparkling
White
Rose
Red
Signature Cocktails
Drinks
Bottled Beer
Non Alcoholic
Vodka
Rum
Gin
Tequila
Whiskey
Scotch
Single Malt
Cognac
Dessert

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