Too bad I didn't read the other reviews before we made a reservation for Sunday, June 16, Father's day - for 4 adults and 2 babies. This was our third visit but first for our out of town family, vegetarians. The place was less than 25 percent full at 6, but we still waited 45 mins before our samosas arrived. Only when I pleaded with the elusive waiter did we get our Gobi Manchurian, extremely spicy and burning hot. Then we realized we were not asked how spicy we wanted our food. Well, half of adults could tolerate the hot-hot Gobi and Dall Makhani, and others ate rice and naan and the fairly mild Malai kofta and Nauratan korma - both cream based.. Palak paneer was better than other reviewers describe.
Ironically, as we were to leave suddenly several staff came to pack our leftovers, and when I complained gobi was way too hot, one suggested we might get it deducted from our bill. It was the most expensive item - $ 12.99. Yet our bill, most liklely prepared AFTER I complained, stated "mild" for the Gobi. When I suggested (rather mildly, get the pun?) some price adjustement, the cashier really told me off - the food came, we ate it, no changes, no credit, no reduction. Being a grandma treating the two family males for Father's day dinner, I didn't really want to be cheap when celebrating, but I was taken aback at the female cashier being rather unpleasant to a senior.
So, all in all, this is a restaurant with pretty good food and pretty bad, uneven and inconsistent service.
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