Our entry was greeted by a Sikh with turban and a great smile. The restaurant at about 1PM was totally silent and no guests. a Jordanian waiter gave the menu which features few indian dishes and we ordered only to find that only the names were indian, but taste, ingredients nor the chef were anything close to Indian-ness. Food is highly priced for the food quality, but may be the building rent costs more... They dont know about papads. Despite being named Chapati, the restaurant does not offer chapatis but only Jordanian Naan....This sums up our experience... Will never suggest anyone to visit this with expectation for Indian food.
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