Aditi Indian Washington DC
Aditi Indian Kitchen
Union Station Food Court
50 Massachussets Ave NE
Washington, D.C., 20002
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The other day I was at Union Station rushing back home and wanted to pickup something quick for dinner from the food court.
Since I have a weakness for Indian food, I reluctantly went to Aditi Indian Kitchen to give it one more try.
You see, I had tried Aditi Indian Kitchen at Union Station in the past and was mighty disappointed with both quality of the food and service rendered.
My OrderUnlike other Indian restaurants, Aditi at Union Stations serves platters with choice of two entrees, rice and bread for $6.95 and three entrees for $7.95.
The entrees can be selected from the labeled steam table. Besides platters, Aditi also serves Indian appetizers like bonda, soups, lassi and beverages as well.
Food Counter / Steam Table
Since I was in a hurry and also keeping my past bad experience in view, I steered clear of appetizers, soups and lassi and stuck to the platter.
I choose the three entree Vegetarian Platter and substituted the third entree and white rice with Vegetable Biryani by paying an extra 0.35cents. My total bill for the Vegetable Biryani platter came to $8.30 before taxes.
Okra Curry (right) Saag Channa (left) Biryani (bottom) Naan (middle left)
I choose Okra Curry, Saag Channa and Vegetable Biryani for three entrees and the platter came with two small pieces of bread.
My Vegetable Biryani platter came packed neatly in a plastic box and included two napkins and a plastic fork.
Vegetable BiryaniAditi's Vegetable Biryani inclued diced Carrots, Green Peas, Potato, Cabbage, Onion and Cilantro leaves.
Serving size was decent and Biryani was not in the least bit oily.
And it was flavorful.