I do not consider myself to be a foodie, but I honestly believe that this restaurant is a culinary experience that should not be missed.
The food was reasonably priced, and absolutely delicious. We ordered a decent amount, so our group of 6 struggled to finish all the food. A wonderful thing to know - something I wish we knew beforehand - is that all the food that is not eaten does not go to waste; it is packaged and given to the people on the streets! If only all restaurants did this!
This restaurant is so much more than excellent food. I must admit that a member of my family's first impression of the interior design was that it was somewhat haphazard, ultimately explained by a tour of the restaurant to conclude our visit. A tour! As it turns out, each section of the restaurant signifies a particular milestone in the journey of life. This concept may at first sound strange, but one's appreciation of it grows with the explanations provided on the tour. The waiter that served us - Rakesh - was beaming with pride in taking us on the tour. I really think that really says something about the history, design and integrity of the restaurant.
If you're in the area, definitely try this restaurant out!
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