I came here to deliver a presentation to a group of customers. Usually those Meetings offer a limited set of options (1 meat, 1 fish,1 chicken) which makes my options as a pescetarian alwas limited to one.
To my surprise we got a list with around ten appetizers and 10 entrees. Difficult choices, beside the meat options now I had plenty to chose from.
Interesting to see some Mexican options, several Indian options and some ingredients I would have maybe not expected for some dishes. It raised my curiosity.
Then we were told that the chef comes from India (explains one) and was working long time for a chef being famous for his Tex-Mex cousins (explains the second) and given that I saw many goats on my way there the goat cheese seems to be the local detail (and luckily I love it!).
I got the fried oysters for appetizer and the paneer (with goat cheese) and several naan options. It was delicious.
The staff was also very friendly and conversational, which made it easy to go and understand the menu.
They have also an outside setting area which was packed given the nice weather.
The location is somehow tricky to find, not for my GPS, but you may get confused by the car sales lots around.
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