We found Tamba in a review from an airline magazine and decided to try it. We made a reservation. The restaurant is too overly big and quite cozy. The service was great. We got a complimentary appetizer. We were met by the owner. The Mulligatawny soup was very good - I had never had it before and was very pleased. I am still new to Indian cuisine so I had the Chicken Korma. it was delicious. We had a bottle of wine and naan to round out our meal. We were offered rice pudding on the house. Very pleasant dinner and we found a new part of NYC.
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