When ordering an entree here you piece together your choices to create your own dishes, and that is nice. The curry sauce has wonderful flavor, but I ordered it 'hot' and I would consider what I got mild. Servings of rice are rather minimal, so you have to ask for more to finish your meal. I love the heat of a spicy Indian dish, and I do not feel they know how to create that here. For something with a stronger kick and more authentic dishes I suggest Flavors of India near Camelback and Hwy 51.
Cheap East Indian food.
I went there cause there was someone spinning a sign for happy hour and I'm glad that I went in there. They have a really good happy hour with lots of drink choices and nice bites of food. The patio is really nice when the weather is. They have a lot of tvs in the place but they don't really need them because it has a really nice atmosphere.
The servers are attentive and the food is good. I'm really glad I found this little spot.
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