My husband and I are vegans from Texas and spend one night on a road trip in Pensacola. I found this place via happy cow and we had dinner with two carnivore friends. We are all big fans of Indian cuisine, if it is the true Indian or an Americanized version. All of our dishes at this place were somewhat disappointing. All foods were extremely oily and bland. The 'Baigan Bhartha' (eggplant dish) was the only dish with flavor, but far too oily for us to eat. My 'Bhindi Masala'(Okras) was hot, but had no flavors. My friend said her 'Mattar Paneer' was the worse she ever ate. The cheese was bland and the rest was a cream without flavors as well.
I do not really understand why this restaurant is listed here. It does not really meet the requirements for running a cruelty free business as they have lamb on the menu, e.g. A lot of times that might be the only choice to go. I had plenty of good experiences with restaurants that will prepare me something from their kitchen as a vegan version. Next time I stop by in Pensacola I would not go to this place again and rather try my luck in another random place.Pros: vegan options available
Cons: bland and oily dishes, serves lamb