We've eaten dinner at this restaurant 5 or 6 times by now. Up to now, I would never have described myself as an Indian food enthusiast, but every meal at Pure has been delicious and I'm gradually getting a little more adventurous due to the uniformly positive experiences.
My wife is more familiar with Indian food and has also been enthusiastic. I've been ordering pretty much at random and having a great time. Chicken sagwala (saagwalah?) beef vindaloo, beef makhani (sp?) were terrific.
Everything we've tried has been well-prepared and tasty, with the possible exception of their house salad, which is simply iceberg lettuce with an uninspired dressing that seems to vary in formula from visit to visit, but generally is not a favorite of anyone in my family.
The various flatbreads, however, are a hit. Chapati is chewy and delicious, the chutney was great, the curry sauce was great. Their tandoori dishes also great.
The waitstaff has been different every visit but are competent and brisk. Generally not overly informative if you inquire re ingredients or spices. The young man who appears to be the asst manager or perhaps the owner's son, is extremely polite and welcoming.
The decor is not special, but there is enough room between tables, which is a personal priority.
The walls are lined with some sort of bizarre tiki-torches for unknown reasons, but overall it is extremely clean and pleasant enough. A decent bar with some local wines and Indian beers. One cold night this winter, they offered us a free glass of mulled wine or warm glogg, from a local winery, probably Swedish Hill.
So we definitely recommend this place, sorry if I've mauled the spelling of the dishes!
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