Overall: fairly quick, expensive for things that should be included, salty. Chai ($3CAD) was very nice, but a small cup with no refills offered. Mango lassi tasted as from a mix; sweet, very heavy on mix, could not taste yoghurt. Butter chicken was decent, very tomato-y, mild spice level was tasty and indeed fairly mild for heat-adverse kids. Lamb Saag was initially a good taste, decent spinach flavor, but it morphed into overwhelming salt. Hariyali Chicken also initially had an interesting mix of mint and cilantro and ginger flavors, but chicken itself was dry and after a few bites the overwhelming flavor was salt. Breads were $2 for 2-piece order, rice (a healthy 1-person portion but no more) was $4! Bottom line: fine for substantive Indian in downtown, but not special.
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