I have to disagree a little with the other two reviews, I had a perfectly serviceable meal here - not exactly fine dining, but good for the price. It's located in the shopping mall where dreams come to die, on the lower level of the Old Post Office - maybe it was just my bad luck for being there during the shutdown, but the surroundings were gloomy as anything, and Indian Delight was one of about five places open in the entire building.
We were greeted in a very friendly manner, given little taster spoons of some of the options (of which there was about 7 or 8). I went for the $8 combo of two mains, rice and bread, and chose the aloo gobi and chana masala. Both of them were, as suggested above, perfectly fine - exactly what you'd expect from cheap Indian food, spicy and filling. The bread was my only complaint, being a rather over-fried thing. I guess a second complaint might be that there was literally too much food for the price, and I ended up having to give up on finishing it.
I also had a mango lassi which was thicker than expected - more like a mango yoghurt in a cup, but I don't consider that a complaint in the slightest, I almost bought a second one.