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Priya Maamalas

South Indian

London

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About Priya Maamalas

Priya Maamalas serves all of your favourite South Indian. Priya Maamalas serves a variety of savory recipes, from traditional South Indian to some newer creations. Authentic South Indian at great prices. At Priya Maamalas enjoy a wide variety of delicious South Indian ready to be delivered to you.

Delivery hours

Last order 9 mins before closing

Phone

02085205552

Address

256 Hoe Street
London, E173AX

Favourite Dishes

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Priya Maamalas Customer Reviews

22 reviews

3.8

  • Priya Maamalas is the best.

    E17

  • very quick delivery and Delicious food

    E11

  • Took 2 hours to arrive even though estimated time was 1 hour and 15 mins and there's a European lady working when I phone she was utterly rude and abrupt delivered by minicab

    E49

  • [RESUBMITTED]Did not arrive on time, took like an hour. I then called them to ask what is happening with the food and the staff member was very rude over the phone. He said the driver had an accident and it will take another 30 mins. When I asked him why did not he let me know about this, he asked me 'do u want the food or not ?'. When i received the food it was awful. I oredered large doner kebab and it was small, poured so much chilli sauce in the food on purpose when i asked for medium and the chicken pieces were dry and covered with chilli flakes. Never again from this place

    E49

  • Good overall and would definitely prefer from here again. It is quite tough to find authentic Tamil/ South Indian food that's home delivered, so these guys tick all the boxes. The mutton biriyani was excellent and so was the masala vadai and sambar idly! Not so sure about the paneer though.

    E11

  • Everything was good apart from delivery driver who doesn't know how to do the customer services

    E17

  • First of all the delivery man actually shouted at me, as if I'd personally insulted him for calling him out. As for the meal, the butter chicken was ok, not the best I've had. The coconut rice was expensive and was pretty much plain boiled rice, I could hardly taste the coconut at all, the peshwari nan was like four small triangles of roti, no flavor or hint of coconut at all. Finally my mango lassi at £3.95 I was expecting a large cup not a small coffee cup. At £25 I could have eaten at a restaurant with a bottle of wine thrown in, there wasn't even any complementary poppadoms thrown in like I usually get with Gingers. I wont be going back but thanks for throwing in the plastic knife and fork, it just about sums up the meal

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