This place is overpriced for an Indian restaurant and not very authentic. I ordered the chicken tikka, which should be small chunks of baked boneless chicken breast using skewers in a tandoor oven after marinating in spices and yogurt. Most Indian restaurants serve chicken tikka sizzling on a heated plate with grilled onions, lemons and sometimes green peppers. Instead I received pieces of cold, unmarinated chicken thighs with raw onions - the chicken was neither red in color nor was it sizzling. The owner simply said that's how we do it here. A meal for two without drinks will set you back $50. Do yourself a big favor and go to Mt. Everest instead - the food is way more authentic and a fraction of the price. Also, if you dine at Mantra Masala you'll likely be eating alone as the place was empty for good reason.