First of all, we were in no hurry, but service was slow. It was 7 minutes before the waiter bothered to come over to get a drink order. The prices were higher than we expected, given the decor and service. (White office walls, with blah furniture and a few wall hangings.) Ordered the chicken curry ($10.95), saag paneer ($10.95), and a garlic naan ($3.95). I asked if they could bring some mango chutney with the naan and was told that would be extra. ($1.95) \r
About 20 minutes after ordering our food was ""delivered"". I was surprised because I thought, at least maybe the portions will be large and we can have the leftovers for lunch. It was not to be, as the portions were not what we had expected - an average sized cereal bowl. The naan was about 9""x 5"". Also, the food was brought out without rice. Rice is extra, so I ordered it. I didn't mind having to pay extra for rice, but with all the extra charges and small protions I also wasn't surprised. In the end, our meal for two cost over $40.00 for a really plain atmosphere, small portions, and okay food. Specifically: curry was good, saag paneer was okay - had 4 pieces of cheese in it, rice was weird & mushy and garlic naan hardly had any garlic. Oh, and halfway through the meal the (owner, manager?) came out and dropped off a condiment tray. \r
My advice for the restaurant:\r
1. Banish the white: The white walls are bland, slightly depressing, and remind me of a lower end retirement home dining room.\r
2. Better servers: Not sure if the one server who was serving the entire dining area received unexpected business but if you're going to have one server on during the weeknight how about having someone on staff who can handle multiple tables and has a pleasant demeanor? \r
3. Less Scrooge-like: Given your decor & service, don't come off as miserly with the food: paying extra for rice & mango chutney is something many other restaurants do not do, even while they have nice decor, large portions, and excellent service.