Mixed feelings on decent food.
I finally went here on a GREAT recommendation from a friend, and I had mixed feelings about the place. They seemed a bit confused about the menu when asked about certain things, the wrong dishes came out and at the wrong level of spice(my wife likes none and I like too much...but she kept getting way too spicy dishes). This was a mixed blessing, because I now have A LOT of leftovers at no additional charge. The entrees that I ordered were pretty tasty, but I thought my wife's eggplant was rather average. My biggest complaint was the appetizers....we got the mixed plate and truthfully, the five or so items all tasted exactly the same. Too much batter, too much fried flavor. Oh well....back to Royal India on Griffin, where the food is FANTASTIC!
Wouldn't recommend to anyone who's interested in authentic Indian cuisine.
Simply stated: this is not Indian cuisine. The flavors are so off, you have to wonder who is really in the kitchen! Having grown up around many Indian families and eating in many family homes, good restaurants, community gatherings, I was sadly disappointed after visiting this restaurant!
Still on a quest for some good *heck, I'll even take decent* Indian food!