By far the absolute WORST Indian food, and experience I’ve ever had at a restaurant from the owner and daughter. Avoid at all costs. I went with my family after my sisters graduation from WWU for some dinner. We came here 4 years back after my graduation, and the food was decent so we decided to come back for my sisters graduation. This time we were treated with the saltiest daal and paneer, and the chicken tikka masala was the most bland chicken I’ve ever had in my life. It was like they made it straight from the packets you buy at a store. Me and my sister barely touched the chicken. On top of that the raita was missing from our order, and the cook said they were out so they whipped up some watery mixture. I wish I took a pic. It was disgusting. The waitress who was attending to us was nice, however, she never came once and asked us how the food was so after waiting for some time and nobody showed up we decided to just deal with the food and attempt to eat it because we don’t like to waste food. Afterwards when the bill came we mentioned to the waitress that the food wasn’t very good, so she said I’ll talk to the cook and owner. When the waitress came back, she said the owner didn’t want to talk to us because we already ate half the food. We asked to speak to the owner again afterwards, and his daughter came out and yelled at us, and told us to never come back to the restaurant, and that they had voided the bill. We weren’t going to leave without paying for our meal – we just wanted to let the owner know that something was wrong with the food. So again we asked to speak to the owner, and he came out and started yelling loudly because we were Indian that we were trying to get a free meal out of this. My dad was beyond polite, but the owner cussed my dad out in front of everybody. We decided to leave it at that, and asked for the bill because we were not leaving without paying. The owner told us to get out, and never come back. Horrible experience. Avoid!!