There's a small eating area inside. You can either rest against the carpet covered walls or sit on a low bench on the other side of the low tables. It's small and intimate and quite dark. The servers had to constantly change the candles.
Eating in, the roti wraps are $10.50 for one, 2 for $13.50. We each had a drink.$5.50 Turkish chill with frozen yogurt (expresso, hazelnut, cinnamon...) It was strong and rich, much better than any starbucks drink.& Himalayan something, (mango). DELICIOUS. it had a sweet frangant smell as well. We each ordered an entree platter (which we shouldn't have because the server told us AFTER the meal that they came with complimentary refills) $15 for small bowl of soup, salad, 1roti, rice, and 2 side dishes.
Overall, the food was REALLY BLAND. All except for the soup was lukewarm to cold...I had the sang paneer (alright, just mushy spinach) and lamb kebab. Friend had eggplant (overpowered by tomato paste) and lamb too. The lamb was alright, but lacked taste. The roti was like a pita, basically everything lacked spice.
I would come back just for the drinks/tea. "Darjeeling masala chai" was DELICIOUS. $3.50 with one complimentary refill.
The server was patient, helpful and answered our questions (there was no one else there at the time either) All until the end of the meal when we paid, she didn't even smile or say thanks! It wasn't even because of how much we tipped because she didn't get a chance to check inside the folder. It was unexpected.