|Veg Samosas & Onion Bhaji|
We've eaten here quite a few times and their food is really consistent - which is a trait to be much admired when dealing with food! As for ambiance, don't expect a glorious fit-out, just your standard moderately decorated seating area and white table clothes. As for service, you'll get just what you expect from most eateries of this type - casual service, a bit of racing around, but a lot of smiling and courtesy.
|L-R: Paneer Butter Masala, Aloo Gobi & Rice|
Shawn waved the Vegetarian Flag with me tonight, and we got Aloo Gobi ($11) - a spicy dish centered around potatoes and cauliflower - and the Paneer Butter Masala ($11), which is the closest menu item they have to Paneer Makhani (my fave!). The butter masala isn't as creamy as the Makhani, but it's just as nice - little bits of tomato and huge chunks of paneer. These dishes work really well together.