Gandhi Palace Opens Tuesday (9/20)

As BHB commenter “Nancy” pointed out in last week’s OTW:

With the advent of all new restaurant opoenings in Brooklyn Heights comes another one-”Ghandi Palace”[sic]. It is slated to open where Amin was. Hopefully it is not a reincarnation of that place, but a genuinely good Indian restaurant.

A sign in the window heralds its arrival tomorrow (9/20). It’s in the same (140) Montague Street space once occupied by the never-satisfying Amin. With superb Indian offerings from Curry Heights (151 Remsen Street) we hope that this new eatery will rise to the challenge and be a worthy competitor. After all, that’ll be great for everyone… right?

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  • harumph

    hope this works out better than the “new” fortune house – clearly fortune house is under new management because the food was awful…perhaps first week jitters?

  • greatgazoo

    Homer – perhaps in your haste to post, you lost all familiarity with one of the most well-known names in all of modern Indian culture and politics (at least here in West). The name is spelled “Gandhi” – says so twice in the photo, no less. :)

    Can’t speak to the food (obviously), but I hope it’s good.

  • Homer Fink

    @GG – fixed! Blame it on the high octane java at CT Muffin.

    PS – you were awesome on the Flintstones.

  • RemsenGal

    God, I hope the service is better than Curry Heights. I have never been treated well at CH. Ever.

  • Regina

    Gandhi was a man of simplicity and did not seek material trappings, certainly not one to be associated with a palace.

  • EHinBH

    I think the people at CH are great! They have quality food and have very fast delivery.

  • Anon

    I’ve never had an issue with service at Curry Heights although I’ve only been there for take out at lunch.

  • Karl Junkersfeld

    I agree with earlier post, the food at the new Fortune House is terrible and I love Chinese food. Too bad for us in the North Heights.

  • nabeguy

    Don’t worry Regina. I heard that the napkins will be made out of sack-cloths.

  • Big Dave

    Curry Heights is awesome!!! And I am not apologizing for the overused adjective.

  • spnder

    Curry Heights will do in a pinch, but if you think it’s good Indian food, I’m sorry but you don’t know what good Indian food is.

  • Maestro

    Curry Heights is GREAT indian food for “the states.”