I visited Tandoor last night and found it disappointing. The atmosphere is OK, a lot nicer than Kathmandu, a fairly long standing Indian restaurant here. The lamb dish I ordered was billed as moderately spicy but was surprisingly bland. The portion size was really small. My guest ordered another lamb dish, equally small, that resembled a fairly ordinary winter stew at $39 pesos. These two dishes, some naan (Indian bread), a bottle of water, a small beer and one desert came to $158! When I noticed that we had been overcharged $8 for the two main courses I asked the waiter to check. He informed us that the menu was outdated, that the real price was an extra $4 each! I protested that the restaurant could not print one price and charge another. He left, apparently to get advice from his boss, returning after a long pause to say that the $8 would be taken off the bill. We both left a little hungry minus $150 plus tip. I love Indian food and would like to see it become more popular here but I think Tandoor has to make a better effort to offer value for money. With a worldwide financial crisis there will be fewer and fewer people able to pay such high prices for so little.