It's a weird location, but the food is good - decent sized portions and levels of spice. The kids love the tikka masala and the kebabs are very tasty. There are several varieties of naan, although we thought the plain was the best for dipping. It's a small place, but they do a great job of showcasing lots of great dishes.
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