Tried this last week.
Criticism from friends who had been already was that their saucy dishes hadn’t been cooked long enough for the raw masala/spice taste to have cooked out.
So we avoided the gravy dishes, and tried a snack - dahi batata puri, a grilled dish - jumbo shrimp, and the biryani.
The snack was correctly flavored, though slightly unbalanced (too liquidy, very little potato filling, inverse of the original).
The shrimp dish was popular across tables - two palm-size jumbo shrimp split lengthwise and grilled. The sauce, however, highlighted what our friends had experienced - it was yogurt (which was a doozy to start - it’s unusual to see shrimp paired with yogurt, for good reason) with ginger, garlic, and green chillies, and the ginger-garlic paste still tasted raw (I scraped it off).
The biryani was a visual show-stopper, with a puffy dough lid to show that it had been cooked “dum” style. Generous portion and good spicing, but lacking the melded flavor that a properly cooked biryani has from the rice and meat being cooked together.
Priced at about half of their Manhattan restaurant - Rahi.
A cacophony when the room is full, if that matters. But it emptied out by about 8:30.
We might go back to try some of the other grilled dishes.