Welcome to Sarigama Indian Cafe. Located at the junction of MacArthur Blvd and Walnut Hill Lane in Irving, Sarigama is a great little place where you can enjoy authentic Indian food for little. Whether you are interested in an early morning breakfast, quick lunch, a romantic dinner or just sipping on the famous Sarigama Signature Blend Chai with onion pakoda while enjoying the sights and sounds of authentic Indian music, Sarigma offers casual, relaxed cafÃƒÂ© experience of unprecedented quality and unassuming prices.
For a quick yet hearty lunch, Sarigama offers customers a wholesome buffet specializing in a variety of homemade pickles, vegetarian and meats that is sure to satisfy any appetite. End off your meal with a rich mango lassi or light chai. Sample our exclusive snacks to start the evening. Enjoy the delectable flavor of traditional Hyderabadi Biryani and several other tasty treats our menu has to offer.
Lunch Buffet Everyday from 11:30am to 2:30pm
Takeout Sarigama offers takeout to customers.
To Go Sarigama offers Home-made curries, pickles, sweets, yogurt, sambar, idly batter, dosa batter- Made fresh everyday.
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bychinnu, January 19, 2011
Food is okay. Their vada is not cooked properly,Even idly is not some times cooked properly
byDallas Desi, January 20, 2010
I live in Plano. I have came to know about this place very recently when visiting a friend's place in Irving. They gave some good reviews about the place so I went there to check it out. It is small place (more like a tiffin center in India). but food there is very good. One of the best deals there is the curry combo for $10 and i think we get about 3 curries and sambar to take out. I would've jumped on this deal if I lived in Irving!
byIndianFoodLover, June 5, 2009
I am craving for that hyderabadi style dum biryani back home for along long time and ultimately I found it at Saregama!
I have been living in Irving for several years. I am not sure when Brijesh tried Sarigama. But Last few months I have been a regular customer for them. The food quality improved a lot and I would say this is the best Indian food right now in Irving. Even the grocery section now has a lot of selection and prices and customer service are much better than Taj.
byRohit, November 30, 2008
If you like south Indian treats like dosa, idly and biryani, this is the best place to go. One of my friends recommended this to me and I am glad I went there. This is not a formal restaurant though. It is like a fast food place. Food is very tasty.