We went there for lunch on several recommendations.
Seating: It is a small cafe style restaurant. Only 3 or 4 seating tables. But we didn't have a problem there since there was nobody else there.
Service: Its owned by a husband-wife pair. They are the cooks and the servers. Both of them were very charming, welcoming and courteous.
Food: We ordered Chhole Biryani (Biryani with chickpeas), Roti, Raita, Chicken Tikka Masala. Everything was made fresh, it tasted like it came straight out of my grandmother's kitchen. Chhole biryani at the first glance looked like just rice with chickpeas in them but I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was definitely unique. My husband enjoyed his Chicken tikka masala, it was made fresh, no cream or tomato sauce to be seen or tasted. If you have a taste of slightly bitter raita with homemade masala in it, definitely go for it. I loved it since it reminded me of my childhood when raita used to be leftover buttermilk hung and beaten thus with a slight bitter taste to it. The highlight of the meal was definitely the freshly made Rotis. We first ordered "naan" but the owner told use right away that those were out of the packet but they make fresh rotis. And of course, we went for rotis. The roti was made of wheat flour and not of white flour. Big, soft and the way I remember them from my childhood.
Cost: The total cost came out to be $24. In my opinion, that's what one usually pay at Indian restaurants.
Tips: They don't have lunch buffet. You order off a menu. They serve the same menu all day.
They have a brunch special on Saturday and Sunday until early afternoon. Poori-Halwa platter. That's there biggest hit and people usually go there for carry-out. If you want to dine-in, go there before 11:00 am. They open at 10:30 on weekends. Otherwise, you won't get a place to sit.
Looking forward to going there tomorrow for Brunch. Will update if anything is amiss.
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