I came here for my graduation dinner, and i have to say my family was pleasantly surprised! The restaurant is beautiful, the portions of the food is not to big but not too small, and the service was definitely something that we were happy about. My step mother bought in Balloons, table decor, and a cake and they not only hid it from me, but decorated it for her so that i wouldn’t see. Truthfully a wonderful experience!
Beware, ‘not spicy’ is still spicy so be careful- if you get the chicken tiki masala, use less sauce and you’ll be fine.
The food is very good, but being from out of town, we did not know the lunch time stopped at 3pm. We had an emergency with our child and had to rush to urgent care while leaving the rest of the party there at the restaurant. When we got back, we were told the kitchen was closed. lol, the level of sensitivity to our emergency was nonexistent. They let us stay at the restaurant to finish eating or pack our take away but we felt uncomfortable like we were a inconvenience to them. We tried to sing happy birthday to my 10 years old and it was a long day for us. The experience could have been better. I think they could have showed more empathy or concerns and that was not shown. One of the employees was laying on the seat next to us talking on the phone very loud and we asked him for a lighter to light birthday candles and he didn’t stop his conversation but yelled in his language to someone not sure who and went back to his phone conversation. I walked in the back and asked the waitress for lighter and she was watching a movie on her phone as well. We were inconveniencing them it looked like that to me. Like I said one of our children was having a reaction they could not breathe. These people could careless. Maybe, because we are black people and not white.
We were a party of 8.