Ok my husband and I arrived there close to 9 on a Tuesday night. We had to wait 15 minutes to be seated. THATS how crowded this place is. But we didn't care. We love Indian food and were excited to try something new. Plus they gave us ice water while we waited which was a nice gesture. There were tons of people there (as I said) but the atmosphere was nice enough. And the food was excellent. My only complaint was the samosas were a little greasy but not horribly so and they didn't have tomato chutney (but they did have the mint and tamarind- yum!). The nan bread was really good- tasted really fresh. We got the entrées level 4 spicy (out of 5) and they were the perfect level of punch. Really not unreasonably priced for ethnic food. All in all we will be returning. I'd just recommend hitting an off time though to avoid the crowds.