Went here for dinner last night. This place is very large and has a rather unique decor; looks like a wedding palace with many different design elements all over the place. The staff is extremely friendly and eager to explain the nuances of this Sino-Indian cuisine. However, although the place had few people inside, the wait staff were not always on the ball so service can be a little slow. My friend is vegetarian so we stuck to the veg portion of the menu, which is extensive. Began with an order of paneer samosa...8 pieces to an order for (I think, $4.95). Quite good, not greasy.. did not taste the paneer, just the veggies. Next we split one order of tofu with Tangra sauce which is the reddish Manchurian-type sauce. And one order of vegetarian pad Thai. I thought the food was good but not outstanding but this may have been our choice of dishes. I am not a vegetarian and would definitely go back and order the meat or seafood items. There are lots of goat dishes on the menu, by the way. Also, my friend does not like spice so we had to ask for non-spicy which must have played a negative part in the flavor factor. Our bill came to about $30 for the three dishes and two fabulous mango lassis. I hope the place does well; they are really so nice and the menu looks fun to explore!