I dropped in for dinner with my wife and two kids (13 & 10). We all love Indian food. Narrow restaurant and odd restaurant layout. Tables lined up against one wall for the most part. Waiter was attentive but wore a baseball cap. We got our food and and dug into a delicious meal. Then, we became distracted by what appeared to be a preparation for a performance. Indian music began blaring and a belly dancer began performing. I don't think she was an Indian performer, but she certainly was throwing herself into the dance. Her hips and belly were gyrating to the embarrassment of my 13 year old. We all tried to avoid eye contact with her and not appear uncomfortable with the close proximity of this performance. it was all really awkward. SO, constructive criticism to the owners: Set up the tables and chairs differently and nix the performer, or at least have her dance on a stage at the front and not within arms length of a family eating dinner. Again, the food was really outstanding. You just need to pay attention to the ambience. Get the buffet stuff out of the way and overall make the layout more inviting. Finally, lose the baseball cap. Maybe its ok for a hamburger joint, but not an Indian restaurant.
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