We stopped in Grand Junction on a cross country driving trip. A local recommended another restaurant, but once we saw this place we just had to try it -- and we were not disappointed. The Lamb Chau Chau was a flavorful mix of lamb, noodles and vegetables and not a bad choice if you are looking to try something different. The highlight, however, was the Chicken Makhani. I have eaten this dish many times, including in restaurants in India and Kathmandu, and have been dismayed too often finding the chicken dry and the sauce bland. Simply, a way to use up left over Tandoori Chicken. This was the best Chicken Makhani I have ever eaten. The sauce was a perfectly spiced, velvety cream covering juicy chunks of white meat. Partnered with a freshly baked Garlic Naan, it was a delicious treat. The food did take a bit of time to arrive at the table, but it was clear after the food arrived that none of that time was wasted. It was all well worth the wait.
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