First of all, we were greeted by more than one friendly members of the staff. We were seated at a table in a window area. The menus, wine & spirits list, basket of crispy, cracker-like bread and dipping sauce, along and a cold glass of water were immediately available for us. I'm a five-star spice level kind of woman, but I also crave the proper taste and combination of the ingredients in a dish. (Some places equate spicy with good taste...not necessarily a true statement!). I'm very pleased to say that this establishment had was a perfect blend and of spices, flavor and portion size. Varying categories of dishes were on the menu, including Appetizers, Soups & Salad, Vegetarian Dishes, Tandoori, Seafood, Chicken and Lamb Dinner. My husband thoroughly enjoyed his Chicken Tikka, which is Tandoori roasted boneless chicken breast pieces in a deliciously seasoned light sauce and came to him on a plate straight from a Tandoori clay oven, something that has been used to create these dishes for hundreds of years in India. The mesquite charcoal, and being baked in temperatures from 360° to 400° brings out the flavors of pure delight! One of my favorite dishes is the Saag Paneer (Fresh spinach cooked curry style with homemade Indian cheese, cream and their own special herbs). From the very first bite, to the last, this dish was absolutely wonderful. My main dish was the Lamb Vindaloo, which is a dish consisting of tender lamb meat, married with hot spices and well-seasoned gravy that had fresh potatoes, tomatoes and chili pepper. We actually ate until we were satisfied, bringing the rest of our meals back to our resort to eat this morning! You must try this restaurant if you are in the mood for Indian food. Oh yes, they also have a rich, creamy Indian style ice-cream, called Kulfi. The pistachio was so good. I also noticed that they have a daily lunch buffet, which we may have to try before Saturday checkout!
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