This was the very first time that I'd ever had Indian food at a restaurant (I usually make all my own curries), so keep in mind that I might be a bit swayed in this review given that I've got nothing commercial to compare this experience to.
Service was very good, but it wasn't very busy when we were there. Servers were attentive and did a good job of explaining what the various dishes were.
Looked at the vegetarian buffet and decided against it; everything looked very sauce-ridden and the sky-high pile of Naan put me off.
We ended up ordering the lamb vindaloo, chicken tikka-masala and an okra dish that I'm not going to even try to spell the name of. All in all, they were very good (medium hot) and we finished every bite.
Bill came to a little over $50 with tip, which I thought was a little high given the size of the dishes, but then again, maybe I'm out of touch with portion sizes for this type of food.
All in all, not bad and we'd consider going back again some day.
One more note though.....the decor and condition of the restaurant is tired. Huge rips in the carpeting (someone is going to take a bad header some day) and the beat up booths are not doing this place any favours.
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