There has been much improvement in this restaurant since I was there last, Brunch is much better and if you ask the owner to prepare certain soup he will do it. Lunch should be the brunch ans nothing less since there is a wide variety of good food. Restrooms are cleaner and neater. For me it should be said that a certain amount of cultural authenticity can be found at this place with people from the region of Nepal being there to serve food and take your order. Conversations about this part of the world are well worth your time to start and sustain if you are interested in knowing about the people there. A map of the region on the wall would be a wonderful starting point for sustaining a conversation. Not that a visit to this restaurant should be an extension of reading National Geographic magazine but there is a certain connection with the homeland to empathize this point. Eating here is not like going to a drive-in restaurant. There is also a certain amount of culinary authenticity at the bakery or food store next door to make the visit to the restaurant more meaningful. I recommend many dishes that are called balta (my spelling might not be correct). To make things better for me there was an ample amount of vegetarian dishes. Ask the people to explain how the food is prepared Some parts of the Indian food on the menu can be very filling and can approach being heavy meat and potatoes for some people. Curry flavored food might be bad nurtition for its content and for this reason there should be a list of ingredients to guide your selection. I do not know much about low sodium or low salt content for preparing this food but it should be investigated. The salad ingredients that come with the brunch are well worth your choice in making suich a selection. Sometimes the tea is too weak and shallow tasting. The so-called lassie drinks are a good choice to make. Low volume indian music from the homeland makes the atmostphere that much better. It is a quiet place and should remain that way. Service is good and prices are largely affordable but I still think that the portions should be larger than what is possible to place in those small metal-like bowls that are used to serve the food. Otherwise I have many good things to say about this place but you have to know what you are getting your stomach in for when you come here for dinner or lunch. The owner will come out to speak with dinner or lunch patrons even at brunch. For many reasons this place is affected by the recession too,
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