Very friendly service. Smiling, friendly dudes that checked back regularly and kept the water full :-).
First step pappadam (sp?) and the standard chutneys. These were so-so, the only thing I was disappointed by.
I ordered samosa of course (sorry I'm so boring) but it was great and I saw a couple things I have never seen before. 1) A big ring of raw onion looped over each of the two samosa, 2) Carrots and corn in the samosa, albiet in small quantity. But it was very good!! Very light and flaky, not greasy at all.
My main entree was Aloo [muttar] Gobi (again boring, I'm sorry), the mutter I concluded must be peas mixed in with the standard Aloo (potato) Gobi (cauliflower). It was great. At some restaurants this dish can be oily or greasy, at Shamrat it was light and fresh, and the vegatables where cooked just enough to still be crisp. The seasoning was great and the dish was just mildly spicy, as in hot.
Rice was good, and the naan was very fresh and in the crisper parts was lightly buttery.
Samosa, aloo muttar gobi, naan, water. $14.