I've eaten here with people from India and they seemed satisfied, so I guess it's authentic. If you're an American not used to Indian food, I'd start with the Chicken Tikka Masala ($10.95), basically chicken in a tomato based sauce. Not spicy at all. Comes with a big serving of rice. For openers, try Delhi Chaat ($4.95), which seemed to be chopped up onion and cucumber with a dressing. We just shared one serving among 4 people. It's just good for your taste buds, not meant to fill you up. You might want to get some Naan ($1.95), too, basically a flatbread. For dessert, try some Gulab Jamum ($3.95), which was a couple of balls of dough soaked in something very sweet. Very hot in temperature when they bring it out, so be careful.
Service was very attentative with staff mostly Indian.
As for the previous comment about no food after 1.75 hours, please note that reviewer was there before the U2 concert. I was there, too, and every eating establishment in town was packed, often with lines out the door, and they too had wait times far exceeding normal. I know I spent over an hour and fifteen minutes in one of the shorter lines at a quick meal place that on a normal day would've taken less than 10 minutes. Mumbai is usually not that crowded and I was in and out in about an hour this time.
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