Ghazal Fine Indian Cuisine

A new neighbor tones down the décor and excels in spots
By ROBERT NADEAU  |  February 26, 2009
2.0 2.0 Stars

Ghazal's owners have toned down the world-beat décor of Café D, but kept the motley chandelier collection and the all-important velvet curtains that block the winter winds. This space is always going to be noisy when full, but it's not too loud for second, maybe even third, dates.

Robert Nadeau can be reached at robtnadeau@aol.com.

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