Tandoor Flame is a wonderful Indian restaurant with really, really great food. What I enjoy about this place is that the dishes are a little different than many of the other local Indian restaurants. Tonight, I had "seafood mahkni" (spelling?), which was seafood with raisins and nuts in a creamy, spicy tomato sauce. It was wonderful, and the servers were also very friendly and attentive.
There are two things that I'd like to suggest if you decide to visit this restaurant, though. The first is important, especially if your trip comes during the winter. Bring along a warm sweater, as you will need it. The place is not heated very well, and many of the patrons tonight chose to wear thair coats through the entire dinner! The second suggestion is that if you are like me, and like your food REALLY hot, ask for the meal served "hot" or "extra hot," not just "spicy." The heat level wasn't as high as I like it, so next time I'll know to use the right buzzword to describe it.
Anyway, it was a great meal, and I'll continue to visit this place in the future.
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