The WORST indian restaurant
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Walking into the small, fluorescent-lit shop at the side of Wal-Mart, I did not expect much from the start.The walls were scantily clad and made me feel as if I was more in a Chinese sweatshop than a restaurant. The food and service were another story however... I thought the restaurant looked bad, but I gave it a chance. The food, however, was TERRIBLE. Not only was the food cold, the platter I got was enough for a small rodent's brunch. Instead of receiving the beef that I ordered, I got two bare bones with NO MEAT on them. I thought the owner would understand the PUTRID INFERIORITY of the meal, so I asked him for a refund. The owner was EXTREMELY RUDE and IRRATIONAL and did not consider my request for giving me a refund despite my explanation that I had just spent $15 on the COLDEST and SCANTIEST food possible. The OWNER BEGAN TO YELL at me after I explained kindly what was wrong with the food. He looked at me as if I was crazy and treated me like it too. I never recieved my refund and upon leaving, I immediately threw away the cold, disgusting food. THIS IS NOT A RESTAURANT I WOULD RECOMMEND TO ANYONE. I never write reviews for restaurants, but after experiencing the terrible food and service, I felt compelled to warn everyone about this shady establishment. I am writing to you today to give you a very fair warning to not waste your money on this restaurant. I am a lover of Indian food and eat it as much as possible, but this was definitely the worst experience I could have ever had eating it. The website for the restaurant is quoted, ""Our traditional hospitality and friendly servers create a memorable dining and take out experience."" This is a terrible lie, and I hope for your sake you never eat the things that they call a ""meal"" here.