Visited with family friends, including 2 children & 2 teens. The restaurant was very hospitable, including to the children. The tables are set with linen table cloths and napkins. There is lovely Indian decor and music (which I like as it sets the tone of the experience.) We started with mimosas (fried dough with vegetable or lamb - we had both. There are 2 per order. They are very tasty and served with 3 different, spicy sauces. For entrees we had chicken teka, lamb teka, and a fancy rice with chicken mixture (like Indian fried rice.) The teka dishes were served with delicate jasmine rice. We asked for mild spice, which was pleasant and not too hot. It was a lovely and delicious dinner.