When you're broke and treating a broke friend....
The food here is decent. It's better than the fancy/expensive Indian place about a block away, and it's super reasonably priced. We ordered the following and paid under $25 including tip:
rice for 1 (big enough for 2)
naan for 1 (big enough for 2)
We were stuffed, and I took leftovers home.
Things to watch out for: some of the chicken dishes are on the bone but don't specify this on the menu.
Servers are a little hard to talk to, and their mastery of English seems spotty, so speak slowly and use varied words if you need to get your point across.
All in all a great place for a low-key, cheap meal when you're close to broke.