Found this place by accident one day while visiting the area. My boyfriend and I have been searching for a great Indian/Asian restaurant in the area... but this place failed to impress us.
The restaurant is small, and had a very odd smell as if someone left some fruit to rot in the corner or something. They did have some nice music going and the service was very prompt (we were the only people eating-in), though they were not good at remembering to fill our water glasses.
I ordered Chicken Tikka Masala (my favorite dish) and he ordered a spicy Goat Biryani. The chicken tikka masala tasted like a cheesy and salty tomato soup with over cooked chicken and his "spicy" goat biryani was more salty than spicy (even I could eat it, and I cannot tolerate most spicy food). The garlic naan though was perfect.
I should mention that we are picky about Indian and Asian foods (my boyfriend is Indian and we eat those cuisines often). We might visit there again in a pinch, but it really isn't on our "must go again" list.
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