A family of 5 addicted to dinning and Indian food lovers dinned on August 1st. We shared chicken tikka masala, lamb coconut curry, fish tikka masala and tandoori shrimp; One soup mulligatawny, 3 garlic naan. Drinks 3 mango lassi and 2 masala tea.
The taste was authentic. We loved almost everything. The soup had a very strong lemon taste and did not past the Indian test. 2 naan were good and fresh the 3rd one not sure.
Price tag $136.
We found the place clean and well kept. I think new management is doing a better job at it.
We eat Indian food regularly in many places around the world, so far this one has been the priciest of all. Including San Francisco, Chicago, Sidney, Washington D.C. And one of our favorites Big Bear Lake (Himalayan restaurant). Food taste around average from good fine Indian restaurants.
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