|Dakshini Crab Cakes|
The restaurant had a steady flow of customers ranging from couples of two to large group of coworkers that I assume just got out of work. The restaurant was well decorated and clean and there was a romantic ambiance with the dimly lit lights.
Since the value of the certificate was worth $40.00 and the amount could not be used towards alcohol, we had to pick out a few extra selections that we wouldn't normally have had.
|House Special Platter|
The House Special Platter was just OK, it seemed like everything was deep fried at once then plated together. I had a hard time figuring out what was what. I couldn't tell if something was chicken or cheese until I tasted it. The only thing that stood out was the over-sized vegetarian samosa.
|Non-Vegetarian Thali Combination Dinner|
We shared Non-Vegetarian Thali combination dinner which is a traditional Indian meal served in a silver platter with Lamb Curry, Chicken Tikka Masala, Tandoori Chicken, Dal, Rice, Raita, Naan, and dessert. The Tandoori chicken was very moist and tasty, unlike most other dried out overcooked tandoori chicken offered at the usual Indian buffets. The entrees was mostly sauce with tiny bits of chicken or lamb. The dessert was obviously pre-made and scooped from a container from the refrigerator.After dinner, we were not offered tea or coffee that was advertised in the menu as part of the combination dinner.
After the $40.00 credit, our final bill was about $15.00 for A Kingfisher beer and a glass of white wine. I guess the food was just OK and we probably will not be returning.