This may have been some of the most interesting Indian style food that I have ever had. Their interpretations were fresh and creative - certainly not the typical lunch-style buffet that one may have come to expect. I had the Chicken Korma, and it was very good. There was a little bit of heat to the finish, which is unusual for Korma, but it was excellent. The micro-brewery there is turning out some interesting things as well. I could not resist their Milk-Chai Beer, and it was unlike anything I had ever had - in a good way. Now for the downside.... as other reviewers have pointed out, the service leaves a lot to be desired. The dining was quite crowded when we arrived, and quite literally empty by the time we finished our meal and left. It took quite a while for someone to acknowledge that we were there, and then another long wait to get a drink order, a long wait for our drinks, and another wait for someone to take our food order. The total experience ran about two hours - which seems kind of long for two people to have dinner. Even with the spotty service, the food makes it worth the trip. I was pleasantly surprised to find such amazing Indian food on the outskirts of Denver.
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