Visited on the Saturday prior to Mother's Day so there was no wiating for a table. I was greeted promptly, as were all the other patrons I saw enter. There were many helpful and handsome servers. They all seemed to be available to provide information as well as table service. The round booths are nice since this food can easily be shared, aka family style. There seem to be plenty of large tables available too.
The garlic naan was a delicious way to start. We shared Chicken Biryani, Malai Koftha, and Chana Masala with more of the plain naan. It was all fantastic. I can't wait to go back and sample more of the classics. There was a lot of large pieces of chicken in the biryani. The sauce on the Malai Koftha is heavenly!
They have made efforts to make the interior inviting despite being in a strip mall. We were at a table near the door, and seeing the dine in and traffic for take out was a little distracting. Also it was a windy evening, so the wind would blow in to where we sat. Many of the clientele that were East Indian themselves knew to ask for a table in the back. I think if there was a wall installed to make a vestibule at the entrance, that these distractions would be resolved.
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