The front signage is half-lit. The moment I stepped inside the restaurant, the feeling of being welcomed was lacking. Perhaps it was about 35 minutes to closing time, but any good business person knows a paying customer can be a repeat customer. The host and waiter joked condescendingly in front of me. The wait staff proceeded on to state the kitchen would be closing soon and to make sure to order all I wanted in a disrespectful tone. But both host and manager were quick to
Run my credit card and pick up my tab. The food is average for Indian cuisine, but you can get far better food quality and first - rate service worthy of fine dining at other establishments. Is there a reason the Narin sign remains broken?
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