Understand that this review is based on one visit and one dish. Attractive enough restaurant. Competent if harried service (Saturday night, full to capacity.) Disappointing saag paneer. Glutinous not creamy. Flavorless cheese. Slightly sweet–maybe the chef thinks Americans won’t eat it if it doesn’t have corn syrup. Could have used some fresh ginger rather than the few shreds of cilantro on top. Not even close to the best I’ve had of this dish.
$3.00 for rice. This always irks me because the ingredient is nearly free and it’s cooked by pouring a bag of rice and some water into a machine and turning it on, not by the efforts of a skilled chef. The saag, rice and a glass of wine came to $23. It wasn’t worth it.
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