If you don't know good Indian food, you will think this pace is pretty good. Those, like me, who have experienced Indian food in London or other places in England will find this food somewhat disappointing and the menu items somewhat strange. Great side dishes are completely absent in this restaurant which we did not expect. There is a problem of communicating with the waiting staff who seem not to understand our English very well, plus they didn't know what Balti is. \r
The restaurant is very small - seats about 30 in my view. The interior of the restaurant is spartan-esque in its decoration & furnishing and the tables are small and barely dressed with a paper tablecloth. In comparison to another Indian restaurant in Falls of Neuse Road, the food is of better quality, but for me and others who know how good this kind of cuisine can be, it is disappointing.\r
If you ever get to go to London, try eating at the Indian restaurants in the west of London (such as Ealing, Acton, Southall - they will also deliver) and also those in the east of London, especially Brick Lane, which are feted as the best in the world. Then you can compare.
Pros: Haven't found anything better in Raleigh, yet, but we won't be rushing back here.
Cons: If a truly authentic restaurant opened up in Raleigh, they would clean up and this place wouldn't survive.