We just stumbled into this place as we were in the area looking for a unique dinner spot. We happen to enjoy a variety of ethnic foods (Thai, Vietnamese, Indian, Greek, Ethiopian, etc...), so we looked at the menu here, and it was very similar to Indian food we've had, but with some differences. Upon entering, it does not have much for ambiance - it's a restaurant in a strip mall with limited decorating. But the food was wonderful. We had one of their chicken dishes, some chicken shish kababs, lamb gyros, palak paneer, and chana massala, all topped off with Naan. Everything we had tasted very good. I cannot tell you if it's authentic or not, but we found the food to be fresh & flavorful, with a nice mix of spices. I did not realize that they are actually a Pakistani restaurant until I read some reviews today, and that makes perfect sense. They had some things that we've never seen on an Indian menu, and they had a few different names for similar dishes (Palak vs Saag). At any rate, the food was very delicious, and the service was also very good, so this is going to be a place that we will want to revisit again, and again and probably again.
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