It's a build-your-own kind of deal: pick a starch, pick a sauce, pick a protein, add a vegetable. If you like it hot, vindaloo is the sauce of choice. If not, any of the remaining choices will be a good one, but I recommend the tikka masala. There are some appetizers, too. The seared tofu is our favorite; the wings are unappealing. The lamb chops, listed as an appetizer, are also good and can serve as a small meal. The claim to fame here is the "healthy" cooking style: little or no fat, low calorie counts, etc. They still manage to make it taste really good, though. Parking can be a challenge. There is a convenient lot facing Tatum, but it's small and fills quickly. Save some hassle and park on the north side of the building.
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