|Samosa, Bhajia, Tikka|
What caught our attention was their Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday "3-Course, All You Can Eat" deal of $22.90 per head. The 'all you can eat' part applies to the mains, rice & breads only - but hey - that sounded good to us! No drinks tonight, it was a pretty hot day and I didn't need any alcohol to help the dehydration, so just water for this sitting.
|Samona, Bahjia, Pakora|
Let's talk food! Two sets of starters came out: one vegetarian, the other meat. Both had the typical Samosa and an Onion Bhajia - and they were pretty standard, good, nothing to write home about but happy to have 'em. My third starter piece was a Palak Pakora and Shawn has a piece of Chicken Tikka - again, same-same as far as pretty typical and yummy.
We tried the Pista Kulfi (with pistachio nuts), which was extremely rich and the perfect size to share for a couple of over-stuffed bears!
The hostess was a really lovely lady, extremely obliging and helpful - and the only one who seemed to be working in the front of house. But, we do have a habit of hitting places pretty early, and were glad to see a group of people coming in as we left.
All in all, Indian Affair was a worthwhile trip - and really well priced for what you can (potentially!) eat on a Mon/Tue/Wed. It's not the most riveting Indian we've ever had, but it wasn't the worst either. We'd happily add these guys to the "pretty good" section of the 50+ Indian restaurants we've dined at so far....