This is a review more about what's behind the "green curtain" than food. The appearance of a restaurant, especially behind the scenes, which are often closed to diners.
I'll get the food out of the way by saying that we ordered several curry dishes and several biryrani dishes. All were passable; similar in taste and quantity to other Indian restaurants we've visited.
What caught our attention —and deeply affected our dining experience— was not the "front of the house," where guests are served, but the "back of the house;" the kitchen and the bathrooms.
Simply put, India House does not present itself as being clean and sanitary. The bathrooms were messy, with used paper towels on the floor and old fixtures that looked like they needed a good scrubbing.
In returning from the bathroom we passed the door to the kitchen. The door was ajar so we poked our head in. What we saw did not sit well. A picture is worth a thousand words, so look at the image and draw your own conclusions.
Based on our standards of cleanliness, we will not be returning.
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