In a town where culinary diversity typically means Tex-Mex, this delightful oasis, which occupies space formally inhabited by a Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, is more than welcome. The baba ghanoush was incredibly delicious, the eggplant smoky and served with a creamy, garlicky tahini sauce. It was a perfect lead-in to the shahi korma, the lamb gently simmered in a light curry sauce and served with warm naan and spicy rice. We could not decide between the three flavors of kulfi—mango, almond and pistachio—so we opted for all of them. The staff was friendly, attentive, and knowledgeable.
Drinks: Beer, Wine