Finding Indian on the Cape is not easy. Back in NY and NJ Indian food is easily found and normally inexpensive. On the Cape, not so much. The restaurant is situated in Down-town Falmouth and is decorated nicely, but the lighting is a little dark, especially for lunch. We were greeted by a friendly host and shown to our seats. Our kids aren't ready for the Indian experience, but they told us they did have Chicken fingers and french fries. My wife and I had the Massala tea and Mango Lassi. Both were excellent and set us up for the Shrimp Samosa were also perfectly cooked, but we couldn't find the shrimp. My wife had the Chicken Tikka Massala and I had the Lamb Curry. Both were cooked with care and were very tasty. The kids loved their Nuggets and fries as well. We also asked for the Garlic Naan which was a great addition to the meal. All portions were adequate, but not overflowing. The bill came and I was a little shocked at over $70.00. I was a little taken aback by the nuggets being $12.00 and the fries being another $12.00. My wife explained that normally the nuggets come with fries and the host took off $5.00. Again, we understand all Cape Restaurants need to "make it" over the Summer or not make it at all, but robbery is another matter! In short the food and service was very good, but you're going to pay for it.
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