Another surprise across the river from Portland, where nobody believes good food can be had in the Washington State suburbs. This place is a stand-alone mom-and-pop shop at a state highway crossroads where you can get pretty traditional Indian food without pretention served in a friendly but dated atmosphere.
The food is definitely the star and the prices are more than reasonable. I asked for "spicy" because I recently couldn't get an Indian kitchen to even serve it up halfway up the heat pipe, but she didn't listen to me. I am grateful, since this place holds pretty close to the traditional and even relatively mild is hot for most. But the owners are up-front about how the food is prepared and I assume they can accommodate most any tastes, but the flavors beneath the heat were robust and filled the senses. This is neighborhood Indian at its best.
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