My daughter, son-in-law and baby granddaughter from Brooklyn New York and I had lunch there. My daughter, a "foodie" who used to live in Manhattan (for a long time) eats out a lot in all types of cuisine and all levels (pricing) of restaurants. Asked her how the food par up to New York's Indian restaurants, she said the food tasted good and were more like home cooking. The green sauce for the appetizers (fritters which were good and turnovers were ok) looked very green, when son-in-law said they added food coloring, I did not want any. I asked the waitress what were used to make the green sauce, if they added any food coloring, why was it so green. The waitress said no food coloring at all. The curry chicken and curry eggplant were good. Asked for Okra curry which was on the menu, but it was not available. We asked for medium (spicy), but the eggplant curry was quite hot, not so with the chicken curry. Hard to find the eggplant in the eggplant curry, but the chicken curry had cubes of chicken breast without skin, and seemed without fat. Nan was very good. It was quite reasonaby home cooked Indian curry food. Ambien and decor were basic.
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