Had comida Sunday at 4, the really busiest time for aSunday meal out. Little India was full and a pleasant woman advised us we would need to wait for a table. As we waited, quite comfortably, under canopy trees with seating and cushions, we were approached by the owner, Deepak. As busy as the restaurant was, he found time to chat us up. A delightful man. We learned something about making nan, the delicious bread made to order in a clay oven brought by Deepak from India. After a reasonable wait we were seated comfortably inside, had a large meal, good service, in a pleasant atmosphere, at a fair price. I would highly recommend the restaurant. A tip to non-Mexicans; as we tend to eat earlier than Mexicans, it should not be difficult to secure a table. A good find for those who enjoy the food of India. Give it a try.
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