The paneer was rubbery, the samosas were inedible and like rocks, and even the (one $2.25) puri was left not completely eaten, a sure sign of a misfire. If you have any inkling of good Indian food, skip this mediocre place. We were Indian style vegetarians for about 5 years and made our own Indian food at home, even as rookies, MUCH better than what is offered here. We ate puris every day for breakfast. There were no ethnically Indian people eating here. My wife does not allow me to tell the staff what we think so we took the inedible left overs in a bag which we deposited in a trash can outside the building. This waste cost over $50 for two!
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