My wife and I have been to this restaurant at least 30/40 times over the past few years and we really do love it! For the most part it is always usually very good. At times the consistency with the quality and freshness of the food has waned at times but never a bad meal just not excellent which is what we have come to expect. Most notably we see the deficiency in the vegetable somosa and the consistency in some of their sauces (thick verse thin)
We have had the Tandori chicken, chicken makhanwala (by far my favorite and to die for!), vegetable samos, palak paneer, channa masala and Malai Kofta all delicious and savory dinner entrees! Their naan bread and roti can be hit or miss on the quality but usually it's good. They always use just the right amount of spice in their dinner entrees and it has never been overwhelming. I usually ask for my meal "Indian hot" but they never really make it as hot as what I believe Indian hot should be.
The interior of the restaurant feels dated but is decorated in a tasteful way. The service is average to good but honestly we are not there for the service it's the Indian cuisine we are there for.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.