Finally got around to trying this place, and I've gotta say, G'Raj and Bombay Bistro are battling it out on my taste buds for bestest Indian food in town. The saag paneer is simply delicious. Great, creamy cubed cheese, fantastically tasty and healthy spinach, and even a nice spicy kick. Great with their rice and garlic naan. I absolutely fell in love with the food. To the point that I would almost be willing to buy a house on Rainey St and deal with the constant influx of people, just so I could be close enough to get my fix on a regular basis.
My taste buds can't decide between Bombay Bistro and G'Raj Mahal. I think I need to stage a food war on my tongue. I need to figure out some way to get food from both places (and ensure both stay hot enough in the meantime). That'll be hard, considering how far away from each other they are. But if I manage to pull it off, I can see how it would go:
Bombay Bistro comes out of the corner with a delicious belt to the left taste buds. G'Raj Mahal, a south paw, fights back with a tasty punch to the tongue...
My only complaint about G'Raj Mahal is the price. $11 I paid for maybe a cup/cup-and-a-half of the saag paneer. It's Indian food, not gold. Sheesh!