First up: the taste is decent, even good, but not great - nothing to go gaga over like many of the others have suggested. We were a group of 7 + kids. Started with
Nachos with beans - OK, cheese was a bit runny, beans had an indianized taste.
Paneer ka baap and Original Paneer tikka - tasted good but no identifiable difference between the two, except for a few pieces of pineapple and potato.
Main course was Aloo Paratha, chana batura, two sizzlers, two macaroni, one dum biriyani.
Paratha - good, full marks
Chana batura - good, Chana too bland, needs some spicing up.
Sizzlers - good volume, tastes ok.
Macaroni - again runny cheese as in less cheese and more white sauce. Dried herbs - not fresh herbs.
Dum Biriyani - again bland, but full of flavor - the saffron shows.
Simple point is, for the money I pay, at least give me fresh herbs - not dried herbs I can get in a bottle at any department store (Italian seasoning mix, dried rosemary and thyme, etc.)
And the coup de grace was adding 10% as service charge + adding service tax and VAT on the service charge. No amount of arguing could reverse that.
The service wasn't worth 300 bucks they charged me. They didn't even serve chilled water. Delivery was prompt, though.
Seriously, I can get a NV buffet on a weekday at Mainland China for the amount I paid on one sizzler.