I had high expectations from the reviews and as we pulled up the parking lot was full. We walked inside the dark entryway and were led to the dining room. It was lunchtime and they had an open buffet, which explained the crowd. Firstly, the restaurant is carpeted, which is pretty nasty. It's stained and filthy. The waitress brought menus, which were totally disgusting. They had food all over them and stains and sticky stuff. Hardly appetizing. We almost walked out but we decided to stick it out. We had vegetable samosas and the roti (whole wheat naan bread). The samosas were just OK, and the mint chutney was far from fresh. The roti was not hot and tasted like it had been sitting a while. For our entree we got tandoori chicken with basmati rice. It was good leaning toward mediocre, but we were a little turned off by the bright red color of the chicken. It looked like an easter egg. As we are not accustomed to Indian cuisine, we asked the waitress and she did not know. Apparently, it is typical to use red food coloring in the tandoori pastes. (The traditional method would use annato, but this was not a natural color!). Overall, the food was mediocre and the restaurant was filthy so I would not be dining here again.