Avoid this place if you know what good Indian food should look like. I love Tandoori and I love Naan but the ones here are the worst I ever had. No way they can bake enough Naan in time for so many people so it gets mass-produced in advance. When I complained that mine was cold and damp they reheated it for a few seconds and returned the same old thing lukewarm. Only after complaining again I finally got a good fresh one.
The tandoori chicken is burnt black about a third of the surface, again mass production, with high temperatures the meat cooks faster and they can produce more but black and unhealthy, who cares, certainly no one here. And what a joke, claypot dishes not cooked in claypot but only served in one, so only for show, not for taste, and the meat comes burnt black as well.
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