Well it was my first experience with indian cuisine, And we were a little afraid as only 1 couple was already in the entire place. But food was excellant waiter asked us if we wanted spice on food to be mild, medium or hot. We tried medium. I found some fried vegetables on menu. Very tasty. Sauces were nice to dip in too totaly different flavors. Then i went for a nice combination dinner that had lamb,chicken,shrimp served on a steaming hot pan. It was DELICIOUS. We ordered some bead with garlic. Very Tasty. My fiance oreded a kabob and was nicely warned it was dry (no sauce) so she went with waiters suggestion of a chicken with tomato sauce. It Was very good. The main thing was not to be afraid of the spice. I was talked to by waiter and manager while i dined. And was told that they use a combination of over 200 spices. So they can make it as mild or as hot as anyone wanted. We left with three(3) boxes of food because portions were so generous. As to why no one there. Manager informed me in the indian culture that americans eat 5-6pm mainly while indian eat 7-9. They like to eat then sleep. I said so do i but thats usually a snack. LOL I would definately recommend trying it and they offer a luch buffet. So you can try different things. I will go for that real soon.
Pros: Food excellant taste, Plenty of parking, No waiting
Cons: Place looks no good because its empty