Da Tandoor passes the critical olfactory test of any good Indian restaurant. Diners are seduced by exotic aromas as they walk through the doorway of this Antique Row eatery. Tandoori chicken, seafood, and lamb are the house specialties; but the extensive menu also includes masalas, vindaloos, goshts, and vegetarian dishes, as well as classic appetizers like vegetable and meat samosas, pakoras, and papadums. Standout dishes include the house special stuffed naan bread filled with mildly spiced chicken, almonds, onion and raisins, and any of the combination dinners that allow you to sample a variety of dishes without breaking the bank. For under $20, try a plate laden with tandoori chicken, lamb curry in a rich onion sauce, butter chicken, mixed vegetables, Jalfrazie, creamy dhal Maharani (lentils simmered with traditional spices, garlic and ginger) cooling raita, pillau rice and bread. Top-notch food and better portions than any Indian restaurant in town and hovering on the edge of excellent.