- This restaurant carries forth the boisterous spirit of the Pubjabi clan of North India. It is surrounded in luxury, serves large portions of rich and creamy Mughlai/Indian food, plays popular Hindi bhangara music in the background, has many varieties of chicken, and has fussy and attentive waiters. This is an ideal family restaurant and quite reasonably priced. The interesting part of the decor is the 10-foot long paintings of handsome turbaned Sikh Maharajas of the early 20th century.
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