Lovers of Indian and/ or any kind of quality food should absolutely avoid this place- save your money.
I haven't visited the place in Kaunas though but they have two outlets in Vilnius and I've been to both. I had a paneer samosa which was way too far from both: samosa and paneer. It was a traditional Lithuanian sweet cottage-cheese pasty. The service was horrible- a waitress in saree was extremely joyless and wouldn't hide it. And she heated this so-called-samosa in a microwave. My friend had veg-kofta which was all soaked in a cheap Lithuanian ketchup. Overall meals are tasteless and spice-less, recipes are primitive and cheap products are used.
When I left a feedback about this on company's Facebook page- the reaction was pretty vague, not showing much interest in my experience. They reply pretty actively to positive feedback though.
I believe this place could be loved only by Krishna-Rama-Vishnu religious fanatics, because they believe this food is enriched in saint-spirit-all-healing-Prana. My beliefs are different though.
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