First, this is the only Indian food in town.
The food was very good and fresh. The Butter Chicken and Gobi Aloo were good, but we ordered mild and the sauce was a bit bland. We're used to Chicken Tikka Masala which is more flavorful to begin with. Naan was good. I also had the special Goat Biryani. It said it was only available in Medium or Spicy, so I ordered Medium. It was very good but the owner/manager could see I was struggling with the heat, so he offered to remake it for me on his own volition. The replaced version was much better on my heartburn. This was a classy move by the owner. The white rice is basmati (the menu just says white rice), so that made me happy. We had 3 entrees with water for $40, including the slightly higher priced goat biryani. With leftovers for another meal for two. The small salad that the entrees come with is the standard petite diced cucumber, onion, etc.
Now, the bad. Showed up about 8:10p on a Friday. Closes at 9:30p. We were seated immediately, then waited at least 15 minutes for someone to take our order. Then another 10 minutes just to get our waters. Someone who showed up considerably later than us got their drinks 5 minutes before we did. Our waitress was, however, multitasking the to-go orders, cashing out, etc. Also, they were out of Palak Paneer. Who runs out of Palak Paneer?
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