Stopped in here before the theater. Nice Indian atmosphere with carved panels covering the walls and ceiling and complimentary furniture. The place looks the part. Even though there were only a few tables occupied, we waited about 10 minutes before we our waited came over to see if we wanted anything like drinks or appetizers. The service was slow and not very attentive. Complimentary papadam came, room temp instead or hot out of the pan. Ordered plain naan and saag paneer (pureed spiced spinach with paneer cheese). The Saag Paneer was served in a institutional looking steel bowl. It was OK but not as fine as this dish can be. Also it was not very warm -- maybe sat under the lights too long before serving. My wife thought the chardonnay served was a cheaper one than she ordered. I didn't have them but noticed any dishes with meat in them were $17+ which I thought was expensive. And given the quality of the saag, I wouldn't expect them to be great.
There's got to be better Indian food in Seattle. Roti isn't bad, they simply don't seem to make an effort. They seem to strive for average and achieve it.
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