Even those who didn't like the food and prices have admitted the atmosphere is romantic, you can count on that. True enough, most of the meal was good but not exceptional, and if I was paying normal prices that may have skewed my overall review- so that is why I leave off one star. BUT- the lamb chop entree was truly spectacular. I can't express that strongly enough. The drinks were poorly made, my ginger collins was undrinkable, my friend's drink was unidentifiable. As far as it not being an authentic ""Indian"" cuisine, of course it's not. The amuse bouche was pure class. Gotta love the excess of the chicken stuffed with lamb starter- and the cauliflower was very nice too. Did I mention how great the lamb chop were? The quail was not just fried, it was deep fried, which was a nasty thing to do to a little quail. But the lamp chops will take you to a new stratosphere and each item served with it extends the experience like the small fireworks that trail a big display. It was nice of our server to let us know up front that the rice and bread would be extra. Jackfruit biryani was somewhat bland, but nice. Garlic naan, also nice.Bread pudding for both of us, as I can't eat mango (poor me) and it was quite nice. Lamb chop lamb chop lamb chop. Lamb chop lamb chop lamb chop.Lamb chop lamb chop lamb chop.Lamb chop lamb chop lamb chop. Really, you have to try these lamb chops. They are worth whatever they charge. I am completely over the moon about these lamb chops. After dinner I ran into a friend in the lobby and told them about our meal. They completely agreed about the lamb chops and decided on the spot to head to Devi for lamb chops instead of the place they set out for. They are really something. Lamb chop lamb chop lamb chop.Lamb chop lamb chop lamb chop.Lamb chop lamb chop lamb chop.Lamb chop lamb chop lamb chop.
Pros: Ambiance, Lamb Chops, Service
Cons: If you expect traditional Indian you will be disappointed