We were here for lunch with a group. I arrived first and soon after sitting down a bottle of water came to the table. Once the rest of the party was seated we perused the menu. I think this is the most extensive Indian menu I have come across, so it took a while to choose.
Several of us ordered the Thali lunch special for $11.90. The waiter soon returned and said there was only a limited amount of Thali so someone had to change their order. This was surprising as we were the only group in the restaurant at this point.
Two of our group ordered biryani ,one a vindaloo and the other person chose fish madras. There were many other choices on the menu including dosa, vegetarian and meat curries, and a range of breads and sides.
Our food arrived quickly and looked and smelt really good. The Thali is like a tasting plate. It consisted of small dishes of dahl, butter chicken and chicken methi, saffron rice,naan, yoghurt and a small salad. The yoghurt was a little sweet but overall it was a great choice enjoyed by the four of us. The vindaloo and fish madras were also pronounced very good. The two people having the Biryani found it only OK. One of the group had a mango lassi which he really enjoyed.
As if the Thali plate wasn't filling enough after finishing it we were presented with a gulab jamun as dessert. These are one of my favourite Indian desserts and this one did not disappoint. Little dumpling like balls made from milk solids and served with a rosewater syrup, it was a great finish to a very good lunch.