Good Indian food quality and tasty. Expensive for backpacking people so, the quality is good ! 4-5 kinds of Indian beer too.
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Simply Shapla is the best Indian you will find in Genova and there is not so much competition. It's good not great, especially when needing another taste or a bit of spice as a change to Italian food. We frequent here once a week and...More
I'd read other reviews and had high expectations of this Indian restaurant but have to say I was disappointed. Indian cuisine is high on my list of favourites in the world having had wonderful dishes in India and in England, where, it might be argued,...More
We went here for both dinner and lunch - dinner experience was great but lunch a bit on the okay side but the food was absolutely awesome!
Best start with the knowledge that Indian food in Italy is generally not great, lacking spice & variation. Having lived in Italy for many years this is my experience. Went here a little reluctantly as so many places are closed in August it was a...More
We had been traveling through Italy for the last 14 days and in the quest for something different we tried Shapla; a Bangladeshi restaurant. We walked into a half full restaurant around 10pm Saturday evening with a good atmosphere and welcoming decor. The staff were...More
We had been traveling in Italy for three weeks and I was in the mood for something different. The restaurant was clean and comfortable, the staff was friendly and attentive, and the food was delicious. It was a Saturday night and the restaurant was practically...More
simply great. the most welcoming staff, and a wide choice of great food, real indian-style. I especially liked the tandoori choiches.
Was recommended this restaurant and what a pleasant evening we had. Good food and proper hot too was my Vindaloo unlike so many other "Indian" restaurants who tend to play it down. The restaurant is clean and has a shic kinda feel to it. I...More
Unsure why excellent reviews, as not great in comparison to other Indian restaurants across Europe, although similar costings. Seekh kebab as a starter, very nice and spicy, but onion samosa was more of an onion ring. Main was Chicken Vindaloo, chicken korma and Pilau rice,...More