The place advertises itself as northern Indian / Pakistani. Well, I happened to be eating lunch with a Northern Indian and Pakistani friend and they explained to me that this place is actually Punjabi.
Great. Now we all know the truth.
So how good is the place?
Good enough for me to want to come back again for lunch and maybe an occasional take out.
It's small. Gets crowded at lunch time and is a bit underwhelming from a decor perspective.
The food is flavorful. Good spice and lots of choices....maybe too many.
I had the mutton curry which was good...maybe a tad oily for my taste but my Pakistani friend insisted it was better than many similar places.
You would think you get rice with the curry but apparently it's a la carte. So is the Nan. I ordered the rice and was happy to see that it was actually a pretty large portion and quite flavorful on its own...not just plain white rice.
The curry and rice dish can easily feed two and it ran me about $12.
I also had a ground lamb roll thing. Grilled. It was very tasty and for 3.99 a good value.
As I said, there are a lot of choices so many more things to try which I'm definitely anxious to do.
On the downside the atmosphere is a bit bland and I was a bit surprised that they didn't have lamb kabobs...seems like place that mostly sells lamb would have lamb kabobs for a busy workday lunch.
Nevertheless, I recommend it for a quick bite of tasty, Mildly spicy Punjabi food.
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