a claustrophobe's nightmare

                   an ecstacy-user's dream

this tiny eatery would probably not accomodate you if you tried to sleep on the floor width-wise. this tiny eatery glows with the fires of ... more christmas lights than the Rockefeller Plaza Christmas Tree. the waiters fill your glass with water often, but the effeciency ratio is severely damaged by the percentage of water that actually makes it into your glass. the atmosphere is more than intimate, it's downright molestational.

sound bad? in reality, not really. just duck so you won't hit the lights hanging from the ceiling. there was a rather interesting blue light that had me hypnotized for a little bit. the staff's space-management skills are beyond amazing. they fit 9 of us onto 2 two-person tables. and of course, what's a restaurant without food? as my first experience with Indian cuisine, it provided me with an extremely pleasurable experience. i received a good sized serving without hurting my wallet.

if you get the chance, you must go. i would go again if i was in the area.