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Review: The second I walked in I was struck by the most pungent incense I've ever encountered. I like some incense, but not this one. It stunk up the entire restaurant. There was no way that I could eat without the aroma of the food being overpowered by the smell of the incense. It had finished burning by the time I ordered take-out. I left for 25 minutes. When I came back, the smell was still way too strong. I eat Indian food once or twice a week. I've eaten at Indian restaurants all over the U.S. and Canada. This is not a good Indian restaurant. The crust of the samosas were extremely dry, as though they had been reheated several times. The aloo tikkis were very greasy. The behl puri was the worst that I ever had. I tried to cover the taste with some tamarind chutney, but it didn't help. However, the waiter was very nice, except that he liked the incense and thought that the smell went away when it stopped burning.