We are an elderly couple from Connecticut and had dinner with our daughter and her boyfriend at this place. It was a very good experience; only the bill was rather high. The restaurant has a nice ambiance and is fairly quiet even when full. That is because it is stretched out along a narrow corridor. Clearly, space is at a premium. The decor is nice, and the place has a homely feel to it. Interestingly, there is no Indian food smell as one enters the restaurant. The apparently all-male staff is large and attentive; crumbs are swept from the table between courses. There are tablecloths, nice glasses, and nice tableware. The food is served in a visually appealing style, and waiting times are reasonable. A small appetizer is served "on the house". The quality of all our food was excellent, with delicate flavors. Servings were neither too large nor too small. Clearly, this restaurant is a notch or two above the typical Indian restaurant. However, you have to pay for what you get. Two appetizers, four main dishes, two desserts, and one beer amounted to $180, including tip.
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