This restaurant has the best Indian food I have ever had in a small town- but that's the only part I would recommend. Situated inside an out-dated motel, the lobby was old, a little dirty, and smelled strongly of old cigarette smoke. The restaurant itself is organized very poorly, and the decor was sparse and very old. We were always either the only people, or one of maybe 3 parties in the restaurant at a time, so they only need one server. We had a few different servers and they were all nice and knowledgeable about the menu.
The food however... It was amazing! And they easily accommodated the variety of tastes for spicy and mild at our table every time. The naan was always plentiful, fresh, and hot. I live in the big city, and I can't find an Indian place that's this tasty.
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