Looks almost like a take-out joint from the front. There are a few tables and the atmosphere looks authentic, not a big Indian restaurant like Royal India on Punjab. Nonetheless, we got our food. The prices are steep for a small, strip-mall Indian joint, and unfortunately the portions are skimpy too.$4 for two pieces of garlic Naan, seriously? Samosa is $5 for two pieces, and meals are generally 12-20, not exactly a bargain. No free refills on iced tea. I have never heard that at any restaurant, certainly not at a small mom & pop Indian joint.The food is okay and it's good having something close to home but either the prices need to come down or the portion sizes need to go up.