I ate here a week ago with a couple friends. I grew up in the UK with some great ethnic foods, and since moving to Tampa have been looking for somewhere authentic and delicious. After reading some less than stellar reviews of Taj, I decided to check this place out for my first Indian fare since moving to the U.S. The two friends I had with me had both been before, much to my surprise. Angithi is in a very unassuming plaza, and upon entering the restaurant, the first thing you notice is the horribly bland decor. If you're looking for ambiance, do not go here. \r
we were seated quite quickly and had our orders in within about 5 minutes. Now, the server we had didn't seem particularly thrilled to be there, but he wasn't rude by any means. I had ordered the lamb korma and a garlic onion naan bread. when they bring it out, they bring a big plate of rice for the table to share. First off, there are some very good portions here, and they did not skimp on the lamb. Also one order of naan bread could have been shared between two of us very comfortably, and man was it delicious. The Korma I had was medium spiced, and it was... absolutely delicious. Just the right amount of heat, very tasteful, without being over bearing on spice. I tried a little of each of my friends' and they were good as well. Lamb is a little more expensive, but definitely worth it. I probably spent about $20-25 after tip, and was very satisfied and happy to spend it.\r
Bottom line, if you can look past the crappy decor and don't let the unenthusiastic wait staff get to you, this is an excellent place for great indian food. Local Indian families eat here which is a good sign. I would recommend this place if all you're looking for is good food. not really date worthy.
Pros: Great food, decent pricing