I ordered the lamb vindaloo combination plate on our first visit ($18.99 – lamb rogan josh, a classic curry, and pasanda served in a mild walnut cream sauce, were other options), including a generous copper bowl of lamb vindaloo (lamb and potato in a spicy sauce) accompanied by dal (a lentil stew), raita (a creamy sauce similar to Greek Tzatziki used to temper the spiciness if desired), and nan (traditional handmade, baked flatbread). My wife, preferring vegetarian dishes and not a fan of lamb in particular, had the sag paneer ($11.99), a copper tureen of creamed spinach baked with chunks of white farmers cheese inside.
|Classic Nan Bread|
On our second visit, we decided to go ala carte. I started with the lamb samosa, at $3.99 for two, they (2) were cooked to perfection and one of the best values on the menu. An accompannying sauce or chutney would be nice, but I just used to leftover sauces from the papadum. For my main course, I ordered the lamb rogan josh, a traditional red curry, medium in heat, and my wife ordered the malai kofta, a vegetarian dish with fried vegetable and cheese balls in a mild cream sauce reminiscent of some butter chicken dishes I have tasted, both were delicious! I have to say that at $13.99 and $11.99 respectively for an ala carte dish, the lamb and vegetarian cheese balls were sparse. I am not saying the dishes were not delicious, only that they are very overpriced, $10.99 and $8.99 would be more reasonable and at the top-end of the scale if you ask me. My wife ordered th kabuli nan again, she is a creature of habit, and I tried the paneer nan this time, whole wheat bread baked with a layer of farmer's cheese inside. It was excellent and savory, just right to accompany the rogan josh.
There is a 15% off dinner "special" on their website (link above), but make sure you print off a copy of the page and the offer and bring t with you if you hope to get the discount.
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