My wife's old boss who was of Indian decent and raised in London got me hooked on Zyka. He had gotten married and at his reception he had a lavish table with lobster, filet, and wonderful cheeses but there was a little table to the side with Indian food for his out of town relatives. I placed a little Chicken 65 on my plate. I then proceeded to eat 2 additional plates of the 65, Masala, and Naan.
Since that day, when I am close to Decatur and sometimes just when I have to have it I go get the best Indian in Atlanta. I have over the past 5 years tried other Indian restaurants but they never compare.
The atmosphere is a bit strange because you order at the counter, spend realistically $20-30 per person, eat with styrofoam plates, eat with plastic silverware, the service is not fast, and you would think this would somehow make it bad but it doesn't it adds to the experience. A few years ago you had to get your water out of a water fountain. That's crazy and I was still hooked.
The Aloo Gobi, Chicken 65, Tiki Masala, and Naan are outrageous. I haven't had a bad dish but if I found that one I just wouldn't order it again.
If your reading this and trying to decide whether to go or not, decide if you like chain type restaurants with everything the same or if you like great food and a little adventure.