We were in town on business and a gentleman at our hotel recommended this restaurant. He'd had the mixed grill the night before and thought it was great. I'll give him the benefit of the doubt and suggest sticking with the meat or some of the standard Indian entrees. The menu covered it all. Neither my self or my traveling companion were very hungry so we each ordered a salad and an appetizer with an extra appetizer to share (and a beer each). Our server told us if the owner was there he'd make us order an entree - not sure why as the price of our meals equaled (or exceeded) the price of an entree. On a somewhat positive note, the poor quality of the food was made up for by large servings. We couldn't have eaten it all if it had been delicious. The best thing about the meal was the chicken in the cucumber salad with chicken. The salad itself was uninspired and the dressing dull. I had the paneer pakhora and they were cooked to death - barely edible. The samosa's were large, over-cooked and had no flavor. At the end of the meal, they brought rice pudding and then an orange brandy. We tasted a bit of each, but neither are anything either of us liked. Not sure if that's standard at the end of a meal or if they realized the only thing we came close to finishing was our beers.
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