This restaurant offers great Pakistani/ Indian food in Manhattan, as can be attested by the long line of yellow cabs parked in front at all hours. The seekh kababs are good, as are the naans and haleem and nihari. You get a very authentic experience, with Urdu television (and the occasional cricket match) playing on television. Cabbies crowd the place (they probably provide 80 percent of the custom) and they get a 10 percent discount. While the decor is garish, the staff are well-intentioned. Avoid the bathroom, though. And make sure not to trip over someone praying -- the way to the bathroom is also the alcove in which Muslim diners can opt to face Mecca and say their daily prayers if its time.