We arrived at 5:10 on a Wednesday night. Lights were out, but the doors were open. No one at the desk to greet us. Finally had to knock on the kitchen door to inform the cooks we were there. A cook came out, turned on the lights, and gave us menus. Shortly afterward, the waiter, whom I think might have been the manager, arrived at the restaurant and greeted us and took our order. That is the last of the negative stuff. Food was great and service was good. We ordered a bread--Onion Kulcha as an appetizer. It was excellent and filling. Then the entrees---Chicken Saag and Chicken Makhani---arrived. The Saag was great, as usual (We have eaten here several times before). The Chicken Makhani was a little too buttery for my tastes, but my wife liked it (I don't like buttery tastes in my food.). Portions were very large, and when the waiter brought boxes for the left-overs, he gave us extra rice. As I said, we have eaten here before, always fairly early, and the dining room is either empty or almost empty. I don't see how they stay in business. People in the area are missing out on some great Indian food.
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