The biggest downer at Gajalee is the service. Even when the restaurant is near-empty it takes too much time to get your check or order more drinks. But it's worth a few moments of patience for the pleasure of learning about a new side of Indian cuisine and culture, and certainly cheaper and more convenient than a plane ticket. You could devote your life to the study of Indian cuisine and still never master it. Consider this required eating.

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judex
judex

"The biggest downer at Gajalee is the service. Even when the restaurant is near-empty it takes too much time to get your check or order more drinks."

 

Welcome to India.  I have rarely had fast service in an restaurant in India. On the street, yes; in a cafeteria type place, yes. But inside a sit-down-and-be served restaurant, rarely.  Take it as a sign of respect.

 
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