The food here is really good. There is a strong Indian influence, but also Caribbean and Central American flavors. It combines for a creative fusion that is currently unique in Baltimore, particularly considering how vegan friendly it is. They've changed their menu and no longer have a couple of the vegan dishes I liked, but you can still get a very good vegan meal. I recommend combining a few of the vegetarian sides (all are vegan if you ask for no yogurt on the black beans). This is an incredible bargain. Three sides are only $9 and it is a lot of food. I got four sides ($11) once and could not finish it. As for appetizers, the veggie fritters (i.e. pakoras) are vegan and amazing. Sweet potato fries are also good.
Despite really enjoying the food, I can't put my finger exactly on why I don't think to go here more often. It's a combination of things, I suppose. The servers are polite, but sometimes I've felt rushed through my meal, even when it is not at all busy. Other times there have been large parties that dominated the servers' attention and my food has taken a long time to arrive. I also don't really care for their seating. The tables and chairs aren't ideal for two people to sit comfortably together for an intimate meal and conversation. In general the seating arrangement in the dining area seems a little off, like it needs a feng shui makeover or something. But this is probably not something that would bother everybody.
Cons: not very relaxing