We went here last night to try out the new local Indian fare, and it was pretty good. I am a vegan and there were lots of options for me. However, I prefer to have a low-oil diet and if you are interested in this...you may not have a lot of luck here. One of the positives - the portion sizes are nice and large, and they offer a mint, tamarind and mango chutney with Papadums to start.
The chai tea is made with milk, but not sugar. So, if you enjoy adding your own sugar then you may like this.
I ordered Samosas which were overall pretty tasty. The spice level was good and they were not too greasy. I ordered the cucumber and tomato salad which was quite delicious, and large enough to share with the table. I also ordered the Baingan Bharta after being told that it wouldn't be too oily. However, it was a bit oily...but delicious. The Tandori Roti was also dressed in oil.
About the spice level... I was told that the spice levels were a little high and I enjoy that...so I ordered it medium and it was kinda spicy but not to the level that I was expecting.
My husband ordered the Chicken Bahar which he said was delicious. My friend who accompanied us ordered the Vegetable Goan Curry which in my opinion could have used a little more complexity and flavor. Again, the portion sizes were large and we had enough food to take home and enjoy for the next few days.
The staff was attentive, and the ambiance was nice and cozy. Our food did take a medium length of time to get...But then again, it was a Saturday night
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