This restaurant looks sparkling with floor to ceiling glass on two sides facing the street, so it's easy to see that the interior is nicely done in what I guess is Indian decor. However, with no customers on a Saturday evening, we were a little skeptical. But, we decided to try it. We wished we had walked on. Seating is comfortable, but with a wobbly table. The menu had only the names of the dishes with no explanation, so you would have to already know what composed the dishes to know what you were ordering. Or, I guess you could have your waiter explain each of the 200 items on the menu. How much trouble could it be to write a one line description below each dish name? We ordered vegetarian pakora, and it was more like vegetable tempura but with corn meal coating, and a little greasy. Then came the chicken kadai, a small dish of chicken pieces with a chunky vegetable sauce. We ordered butter naan, which was a little thick and doughy. We ate everything, so it wasn't terrible; it just wasn't that great. I can see why they don't have many customers.
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