Awards

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THE NEW YORK TIMES, SUNDAY JANUARY 21, 2007***VERY GOOD

…‘ Coromandel is a pretty, contemporary place with white tablecloths, a reasonably priced wine list and a comfortable ambience that is due in no small measure to the classy, generous service.’

– Stephanie Lyness
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ORANGE TOWN NEWS, FRIDAY MARCH 9, 2007

…‘All the food at Coromandel is very tasty and unique which brings great challenges to describing their flavor. The best advice one can give would be to go there yourself and try some of the authentic foods. If you are unsure of what you may like to try, ask the staff as they are very passionate and knowledgeable about the cuisine they serve and honestly want all the customers to leave having a great dining experience.’

-Paul Tarbox
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NEW HAVEN REGISTER, FRIDAY MARCH 16, 2007

…‘ Coromandel is a cut above and offers intoxicating cuisine from a land where colors dance on the palate.’

– Todd Lyon
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THE NEW HAVEN ADVOCATE, AUGUST 30, 2007

…‘ A restaurant like Coromandel is the much needed corrective to pink-dyed, faux- Tandoori Chicken and what a corrective it is.’

– Freda Moon
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THE NEW YORK TIMES, SUNDAY MAY 25, 2003****EXCELLENT

…‘Dakshin in Stamford proves that success can repeat itself. The restaurant… is living up to its elders’ high standards in décor, friendly service, and food.Situated on a corner in downtown Stamford, Dakshin is a twinkling new gem. Long may it sparkle.’

– Patricia Brooks
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THE ADVOCATE STAMFORD, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 2003****EXCELLENT

…‘We are double blessed and our quadruple stars are in culinary alignment. Translation: Dakshin……menu which has an entire section devoted to the very sophisticated and complex specialties of southern India. … all of which are done better than anywhere else in the area… Dakshin is a sophisticated dining establishment, but still one that is comfortable for a casual lunch.’…

– Melanie Barnard
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THE NEW YORK TIMES, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2001***VERY GOOD

…‘dishes were nicely prepared. Flavors were expertly balanced, a virtue best noted in the many sauced selections. Dishes were wonderfully distinctive.’

– M. H Reed
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THE NEW YORK TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2000****EXCELLENT

‘Coromandel is tiny, but it packs a wallop in several ways; in its airy, attractive décor, welcoming service, generous portions and most importantly, in its originality, diversity and high gastronomic standards of its food. Much to praise, too little to fault.

– Patricia Brooks
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AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS:

1. BEST OF THE GOLD COAST : 2007
2. CONNECTICUT READERS’ CHOICE – WINNER : 2007
3. BEST OF THE GOLD COAST : 2006
4. CONNECTICUT READERS’ CHOICE- WINNNER : 2006
5. BEST OF THE GOLD COAST : 2005
6. BEST OF WESTCHESTER : 2004
7. BEST OF WESTCHESTER : 2006
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ZAGAT RATINGS: CONNECTICUT RESTAURANTS, 2005/2006

FOOD DECOR SERVICE COST
26 16 21 31
“Long live India” declare devotees of these “superb” subcontinentals that serve “innovative” cuisine, providing patrons with the chance to “discover taste buds they never knew they had”; with “service that could not be friendlier or faster” and a “bargain lunch buffet”, you feel like you could be in London, New Delhi or Midtown.”
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ZAGAT RATINGS: 2007/2008

FOOD DECOR SERVICE COST
26 17 21 31
Bring on the heat! Boast boosters of these top rated subcontinentals offerings wonderful regional selections that appeal to both Indian émigrés and the hair band set. Outstanding cuisine and impeccable service.
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ZAGAT RATINGS: 2009/2010

FOOD DECOR SERVICE COST
26 18 22 34
N.B. Proponents particularly praise the all you can eat lunch buffet.
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