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Posted by Priya on 09/06/2013
First let me say that I am Indian and I know good Indian/Pakastani food. The food is below average and not flavorful. The owner should be ashamed to call what he serves as Indian/Paskastani food. I gave this place two chances and they failed both times, below are my reasons: 1. The first time I sat in the restaurant for dinner. There are 8 tables max, one serves as the wine bar, another as the owners office, when you walk in there are indian products for sale at the entrance (not very welcoming). It's rather dark and gloomy in there. The owner serves as the waiter, cashier, bartender etc. and not very pleasant. 2. Onto the food, I ordered the nann (which is probably the best thing on the menu), lamb curry (lacking seasoning or flavor and the meat was not fresh), there was a total of 5 pieces of meat and a whole lot of gravy, the chicken tikka was sub par- the chicken was hard and dry - the sauce was too thick and oversalted. On to the rice, there were burnt clumps of rice and shrivveled up peas; when we told the manager he said that's how Indian rice is - let me tell you - that is not how indian rice is cooked or served. Next, the saag paneer - the saag was watery, the paneer (cheese) was overcooked and had an old referigator taste. I filled up on soda and water for the evening, please do not waste your time coming here, there are two other very nice indian restaurants in the neighbor hood where you can get good food.