I really did not believe I could find this in Texas. Stopped by while I passed through Austin. This is Pakistani cuisine with dishes that I'm pretty sure can't even be found in the SF Bay Area, not at least while I lived there. There was only once place I knew that served this in the El Lay Area, Red Chili in the Valley, which was one of my usual haunts. The Saag Paneer (left) wasn't every good. I got the feeling this place did not give a crap about the veggie dishes. Haleem (top), sort of a puree with grains of barley and wheat and beef topped with julienne ginger and fried onions. Paya (right), leg and hoof of cow cooked until all the soft tissue melts into a gelatinous goo with various spices - similar to Nihara which has chunks of meat without the gelatinous goo. I knew this place was good when Bobby W had this to say: You know what I say about negative reviews with audio gear: one can gleam a lot of very useful information from negative reviews. Indo-paki will not be authentic unless it grosses some people out, has some inconsistency from day to day, and occasionally has shitty service. It's about the food, not some annoying over-attentive waiter scraping the crumbs and mess from the table every two minutes. Also, long cook items are always going to be inconsistent depending upon when it was started and how much was left. Personally, I felt the paya could have used a little bit more heat, but I understand the reasons. Normal household Indo-paki food doesn't pour on the butter like this. Only in restaurants. Shalimar in the SF Bay Area (three locations) does the same with the butter. I'll take this way because it's not every day. Besides... butter, yum.