I went to eat with my boyfriend at about 9 or so on a Tuesday night and there was only one other couple in the restaurant. We waited..and waited...and were seen..but kept waiting. This didn't really bother me too much though since we were not in a big rush. Finally a woman from the back came and seated us. Once we sat down, we got back up and switched tables because one of the booth seats had a huge tear in it. This is not really anything I usually care for--but there was just constantly little things like this that slowly built up to in the end give us a middle-of-the-road experience. When we finally ordered and got our food it was totally average. I have to say the vegetable samosas were very delicious though! I ordered chicken tikka misala and the chicken seemed overcooked--it was extremely dry and chewy (I rarely complain about my food--but this was very noticeable). Like I said, the food was alright--not bad, but not "wow" either. I probably wouldn't return. The one thing that really got me was this fly flying around our food constantly. I know this can happen to any restaurant--but I just feel when one sees there is a fly buzzing around one's restaurant, it's in the best interest of the restaurant for it to be taken care of.
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