Tried this place on a recent business trip to the area and was pleasantly surprised. The restaurant was only open about three weeks and what was surprising was the mix of items on the menu from different parts of the world. There was Indian butter chicken, Thai green curry, West African peanut stew, Lebanese, Cuban pulled pork and a Mexican beef wrap. There were four of us at the table and each tried something different and compared. The Mexican beef wrap was excellent except the chipotle sauce was just a little too hot; I had to scrape it off and I like spicy. The Peanut stew was different but tasty. The Indian butter chicken had mixed reviews. Prices were reasonable (about $13 per dish); the brownie with cayenne pepper was okay except the bottom was burnt. Seating is limited and décor is Spartan, nothing fancy. No liquor license at the time so dinner was under $30.
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