The Chicken Marsala is at most decent, it doesn't have the full creamy/thicker taste of authentic Indian marsala, I guess the Naan makes up for it because it serves as a good dipping agent. They have good Chicken wraps and the cucumber salad doesn't always taste fresh. For the price you pay for your entree you expect more flavor and/or quantity. Interesting ambiance: indian flare and decor and there's always some ethnic music in the background, not necessarily Indian music but more just ""international."" Tandoori Oven was a success when it first opened 3 years ago because it was a new trendy indian eatery but now the hype has dulled down and it leaves patrons asking for more. Considering I'm on a student budget, the entrees are more on the pricey side. One HUGE plus is that Tandoori Oven is the only Indian restaurant that I have found that serves alcohol (wine and beer), which really compliments the spicy/sweet tastes of Indian food. If anyone else has found an Indian joint that serves up booze, let me know. I return to Tandoori Oven not because I love the food but because of it's convenient location in the heart of downtown Los Gatos.
Pros: Quickly Served, Pleasant ambience, great location, clean!, friendly service
Cons: Not authentic, small servings of marsala, slightly overpriced,