Im always hopeful that when I find a restaurant off the beaten path (Sources near Goiun), that might be a hidden gem . When I first walked in, I was delightfully greeted by a young man called Jay who told me to wait a minute or two while he prepared our table. I looked towards the kitchen and was pleasantly pleased to see what appeared to be a couple of generations of family members cooking in the kitchen. I always love a restaurant where you can smell traditional aromos eminating from a kitchen. It's a sure sign that the food is fresh and authentic.
We started with nice Indian draft beer , followed by recommended appetisers including a delicious eggplant derived dish, chickpea salad with wonderful spices. Tandori chicken was just perfectly seasoned with a dark red purple saturated color . Equally delicious was the shrimp with enough sauce to dip the crisp , chewy and smokey nan bread. This restaurant offers great value with flavors fit for the most discriminating palette. Jay was very courteous , helpful and a proved to be a most interesting individual. There is something to be said about the dedication and results of a truly family run restaurant. They don't take reservations and the place sits about 40-50 people so its first come first serve. A gem at the end of Sources!
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