I found myself in the big-box retail nightmare that is Southcenter on Saturday, and went for takeout, remember the place mentioned on seattleindian.com. Buffet looked OK, with a lot of relishes and other condiments. I tried to cajole the counterman into identifying regional or house specialties from this place, apparently Punjabi-owned, and he pointed back to the anglo-indian standards from an unremarkable menu. Saag paneer was passable but overly thin and greasy for me; chicken tikka masala tasted old (although that seems appropriate for this dish, which was apparently devised as a means to spruce up leftover tandoor chicken) in a bright pink gravy. Okra masala was pretty good, with a well-cooked hash-like consistency. Nann made with strangely colored garlic bits. No real reason to return.