Luckily, the food lived up the hype. We ordered traditional nan with raita (mixture of potatoes, cucumbers and tomatoes in yogurt). The nan was great with the light yogurt mixture. We were skeptical about the addition of potatoes but they were such small pieces that it wasn't overwhelming or heavy. We ordered Tandoori Chicken, which came with dal soup (mild lentil soup). I've seen dal made on the new cooking channel and it looked extremely labor intensive - so not something we are going to find the time to do at home. It was very mild and the spices blended together nicely.
|Really bad picture - we were too hungry to wait|
The Tandoori Chicken was so tender - it could not have been cooked better. It was served on a plate of sauteed bell peppers and onions. Fresh tomatoes were also included (as a garnish? I didn't understand because the other vegetables were coooked). Regardless, it was delicious. However, as I am a condiment/sauce person at heart, I should have ordered a curry.