Visited Park City a couple weeks ago for vacation and got a craving for Indian food for lunch. Couldn't find anything on Main Street, but discovered Good Karma not too far away on Prospector Avenue. Not strictly Indian - described as "Indo-Persian" - it was absolutely delicious. Had samosas, a three curry sampler, and naan. The samosas were baked rather than fried, lending to a lighter feel and taste. The curries were chicken, lamb, and the vegetarian daily special. Each distinct in flavor and easily rivaled anything I've gotten back home in San Francisco. There's no tandoori oven so the naan is a little different, but still very tasty. Service from Andre was great, and even got a visit from chef/owner Houman Gohary.
Saw they offered breakfast/brunch and decided to go back for brunch a few days later. Oh boy - sooo good. Challah french toast, cumin-spiced sausage patties, scones, eggs, bacon - my wife and I came away stuffed. Chef Gohary recognized us from lunch a few days earlier, and his wife helped serve us, bringing our coffee and chai.
Overall, great value and service. If we ever come back to Park City, we'll be sure to eat at Good Karma.