Had a hankering for Indian food and since Spice is closed for good, decided to try a new place on my way home. Decor is modern and tasteful, service was excellent. They have a northern and southern Indian menu, and since I was somewhat familiar with the masala side of things, I figured I'd try something new. I liked the sound of ‘spicy gravy' and after my waiter's explanation of goat meat, thought ‘what the hell, why not. YOLO'. My dish was called Chettinad, and was $2 extra for goat, no biggie.My food arrived hot, both my big metal bowl of basmati and my ‘bucket' of spicy goat gravy. I love hot food (temp) and this alone made me happy. I of course also had a side of garlic naan, also fresh and hot. There was some kind of crispy wafers served before the meal with a side of mint chutney. Kind of like an Indian version of chips and salsa. Good stuff.The goat gravy was good and had a little more heat in it than my white bread tongue is used to, but I did tell my waiter I like spicy. No complaints. The gravy was very hearty, the goat meat tender and tasty. Do watch out for bone spurs and chips though, there's a fair number of those, but not a problem. I'm sure that contributes to the hearty flavor. It had a bit of a floral taste/ smell to me, which was interesting with the spiciness of the gravy. Definitely nothing like lamb, more like beef. It was like spicy carne guisada over rice, but with a definite Indian flavor.While they don't serve beer (I always order a Kingfisher when I eat Indian), I was provided with a bottled water and a ‘custom item', that went well with everything I had. Highly recommended, will be back.