The listing says this place serves Indian food, but it was just regular international food to me. In February 2010 the lunch of the day costs 6,000 pesos (about US$3). When you enter, you pay first, then take the ticket to any available table and the server will bring your meal. It's always a tray filled with small plates with different kinds of food, usually good. Although the portions are small, so you may need a snack later on. They told me it's open for lunch only from Monday thru Saturday. I would arrive no later than 12:30pm because the place fills up and there are not a lot of tables. It's right across the street from the Profamilia Transmilenio station.
Cons: Smallish portions