Kasa is a cool concept. No frills, just like the mother country that inspired this food. You wait in line, choose your meal from the overhead board, watch the servers assemble your plate, and pay your tab at the cash register. You then take your tray to one of the several tables or the communal chest-high table in the center of the room. The food is fresh, tasty, and reasonably priced. This is for people who love Indian food without the drudgery of going to the "pink tablecloth" restaurant that are so often associated with this cuisine. Kasa is more of the "street food" genre, and there's nothing pedestrian about it. It's savory, with the usual spice spectrum that makes Indian food so interesting and flavorful. You can tell by the repeat customers that this place is a winner.