If the food is the most important aspect of any restaurant experience then in his category we had no complaints - traditional Indian fare, prepared well enough. However, the remainder of the evening left a lot to be desired. The table we squeezed into next to the bathrooms reminded us of sitting in the Cabinet War Room - no windows, concrete walls, similar paint color. The poor English speaking ability of the entire staff made it difficult to communicate. We did a lot of pointing to the menu and guessing at what was being asked. The most irregular part of the entire evening was the failure of their credit card system which necessitated one of us leaving the table at the end of the meal to go to a nearby ATM for cash to pay the bill. Our server was apologetic about the issue and they provided a free starter to compensate us. Overall, Maharaja was a decent place for Indian cuisine if one expects no more.