Dinner got off to a great start on our first visit here. We ordered two appetizers -- paneer til pakora and the spinach and onion bhajjia. (I’m going with the restaurant’s spellings of everything.) Both were wonderful. Then I made what turned out to be a mistake. I love paneer - a kind of dry Indian cottage cheese. And in the past, I’ve enjoyed a tandoor dish I’ve seen called paneer tikka in which the cheese comes out reddish-orange and a bit spicy. Turns out, there is more than one kind of paneer tikka. Despite the paneer appetizer, I pushed my luck and ordered more of the stuff, getting what turned out to be called hariyali paneer tikka. It had a nice texture but came out mostly white and was a bit bland. I realized later that what I thought I had ordered was also on the menu; but it’s called lal mirch ka paneer tikka. (At least I think so; I’ll only know when I actually order it.) So live and learn. My wife had no such problems. Her sheekh kabab was spicy and tasty, and I stole some. Naan and raita were very good. As was the service, the atmosphere and the masala tea with which we finished things off. We’ll be back.
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