I must admit that I really don't know much about Indian food, other than saying that I suspect that there are as many cusines in India as there are kinds of BBQ in the US. I went looking for BBQ this evening, and the place I intended to go was closed. Tandoor was on the way back towards the hotel, and I am glad I went in.
The restaurant is in the basement level of an insurance office building, not an auspicious initial setting, but as I was parking the car, two ladies of south asian descent were leaving, so I kept on parking.
They serve you a bit of a very spicy onion (?, I first thought red pepper) and some very flat bread with caraway seeds in it, very tasty combination. The menu seems extensive, with multiple appetizers, and various styles of main courses. Ideally, you'd go here with a group of adventureous diners to allow sampling more tastes; I ordered and enjoyed the combination platter as an appetizer (could have fed two people) and Lamb Roganjosh, a cubed lamb dish with a sauce of lots of tasty (and unknown to me) items, very thick so I'll suspect yoghurt as part of the base. I also ordered Nan, the pan-fried bread of India. ALL in all it was a very good meal.
Their menu explains the various dishes, and the server asked how spicy I wanted the food (I chose mild).
I would return here.
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