There seems to be some diffrence of opinion on the meaning of the word Anokha itself - let me settle on on "Rare" as I intend this as a compliment. It is indeed rare.The restaurant is easy to find and has ample free parking. That settled, let us take in its ambience - excellent! The service was prompt and someone was there when we looked around for this or that.
We tried their vegetable samosas - they were served hot and fresh. Outstanding, because they tasted yummy and were not premade. On a Friday at 7:30 PM with a nearly full house, to get popular appetizers freshly made is a treat.
The dishes we ordered were Aloo Gobi (Potatoes and Cauliflower curry) and Malai Kofta (Farmer's Cheese Dumplings Stuffed with Raisins in an Aromatic Cashew Sauce). They were to die for. Served with steaming hot naan (flat bread) and rice, they were all excellent. We skipped dessert because we were full.
I would go back and I would recommend the restaurant.
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