I love Indian food but this place was brutal. Started with Veggie Samosa, Coconut Shrimp and Chicken Pakora. Samsosa was dry, shrimp ok but the pakora was so dry and hard it was inedible! Service was poor. Only two of us and still messed up the order. Curries (Chicken vindaloo and dal makhni) were ok but keema naan so little lamb in it it was pathetic. I've clearly been spoiled eating Indian food in the UK and can cook better myself than this place. Save your money.
Yum! When I'm in the neighborhood, I always stop by! I tend to go for the buffets when they have them; they have a wide variety of vegetarian options and some meat for those wanting some protein. Just be warned, if you do not like spices (most of their food isn't spicy-hot, per se, but they use some exotic spices in their dishes like all Indian cuisine), then you will not like this restaurant. And one more warning: maybe skip a meal prior to going, as you'll want to eat everything!
I stopped in here last weekend on a recommendation. The place was really small a crowded( It was a Sat. Night) so we thought about going to the Chinese place next door. But, there was nobody in there. I thought there must be a reason and went for the Indian food. Good Choice! The Naan was great. The Chicken Tikka was nicely spiced and the service was great. The only drawback is that the seats are a little too close together. I fell in love with this place and will dine there whenever I go to Nashua.
All right now, since I'm Indian myself, I am usually a tougher critic than most when it comes to rating Indian restaurants. I have seen highly rated restaurants on the Web and gone there, only to be very disappointed by the offerings. This restaurant, however, is pretty good overall. The food is just short of excellent (just a little on the cold and bland side for me!), the decor is passable, and the service is reasonably competent. The best value is probably the buffet lunch served every weekday, but again, food is not piping hot. All in all, a pleasurable dining experience.