This is a comfortable Punjabi restaurant and the food lives up to the expectations. I asked for assistance to order since I visited with a non-Indian friend. We both do not eat onion and garlic so we requested that the food be prepared without these two and were willingly obliged.
We were served papad and sweet/sour + green chutney as soon as we were seated. We ordered the aloo-tikki + chole, butter naan + palak paneer and vegetable pulav. It was enough for two with just a little left over (as predicted while ordering!!). We savoured the food which was not too spicy but enjoyable since my taste buds were craving some spice. We also packed a plate pf samosas (2 pieces) to go and it was very good to taste and packed neatly in foil for the heat and good to carry.
It cost us around NTD 1200 which is slightly expensive in my friend's experience but I checked the menu at another Indian restaurant on the way and they all seem priced approximately the same.