This is our favorite Indian restaurant. Unfortunately, it never seems to catch on and seems to have been through 3 owners since we discovered about a year ago. The Samosas and anything Saag or Korma are excellent. The prices are a bit high, but the most recent owner has increased the portion sizes, which makes it more reasonable (we have enough for at least 2 meals). The Masala Chai is yummy. There is a small bar in the corner of the restaurant now. For those who didn't know, the Tandoori Hut is named for the building it is in, which used to be a Pizza Hut.
The only issue we've ever had is a bit of slow service once or twice when the small staff (who seem to be family) seemed to be missing a pair of hands or two.