Went out for our Friday night dinner to Maharaja Indian Kitchen. We started with Samosa, which are Indian pastries stuffed with potatoes and peas and deep fried. Great appetizer. Then we shared Vegetable Jalfreizi made with bell peppers, tomatoes, and carrots in a spicy sauce. It was spicy enough at the "mild" level. We , also, shared Chicken Vindaloo, made with chicken, curry sauce and potatoes at the medium level. The meal was accompanied by rice and Naan. We ordered Indian Tea Massala, which was aromatic and sweet and had milk in it. Service was great There were just a few couples dining, with some people coming in to pick up take out orders.
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