We came here with the extended family for a graduation dinner. There was 12 in the party and we were able to be seated immediately. The dishes are standard fare, but the spices seemed a little "tame" but there were a lot of South Asians in the place, so it must be authentic. That's my usual barometer for ethnic places. Service was good for refilling water. It seemed that you had to pay for items that were free back home such as plain rice and naan.
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