The service was good but much is to be desired from the food and environment; we chose to sit outside and the restaurant next to it is Taipei Restaurant blasting old chinese operas which gave somewhat awkward cultural atmosphere.
The appetizer was papad with mint chutney; the chutney was mostly yogurt with very slight tinge of mint. We also ordered Paneer Pakora; a disappointment because the cut was not bite size making the batter borderlining to soggy and the taste was really bland.
Then came the entree, palak aloo and rogan josh with plain paratha. We had trouble ordering plain paratha because apparently all of their parathas are stuffed. The aloo in palak were cut in chunky sizes making some cuts undercooked while some were over cooked, but the palak itself was nice. Rogan josh was nicely prepared but the lamb was not entirely fresh.
Masala chai we ordered could use a little be more masala but was not entirely terrible. The salted lassi however was just terrible; they oversalted it, it could have passed as a gravy.
For dessert, we ordered pista kulfi and although it was nice, it wasnt exactly what we had hoped for. It was green and could use more milk or cream in it.
For the price they are charging, it was not satisfactory.