First off, the only reason this isn't getting 5* is because the meat on my saag was all over the place in tenderness. Some morsels were fantastic while others were horribly chewy. More on the entire course later.
We don't often get to Wenatchee. Usually when we do it's combined with a hospital trip. This visit was no different. Before leaving home I had already decided I was in the mood for Indian. That's a cuisine unavailable to us here. Since we had been to India House some years earlier we were expecting a good meal. Mostly, we weren't disappointed.
I ordered saag lamb (slightly hot) and my wife ordered chicken vindaloo (hot). We also ordered olive paneer.
As mentioned, my lamb wasn't the best. It was good, mind you, but it certainly could have been better. The saag, however, was very good. It was a tad spicier than I had hoped, making me wonder if they got the heat levels mixed. My wife's vindaloo was also very tasty but not so spicy, again confirming my thoughts about the heat levels. The paneer was scrumptious but the star of the meal...the basmati rice. Fluffy, individual grains of the best tasting rice I've had in a very long time.
Our service was quite acceptable, unlike comments from so many others. Honestly, having not seen a review from 2018 I was worried the place was no longer open. I'm glad I we wrong about that!
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