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Seva is the sort of neighborhood Indian restaurant every neighborhood should have. The food is spectacular and low-priced, the service is friendly and the atmosphere quiet and relaxed. The small, boxy dining room has tasteful Indian art on the exposed-brick walls and Bollywood ballads playing in the background. The downstairs kitchen turns out the best chicken samosas in town and has just the right seasoning touch when it comes to chicken tikka masala and lamb vindaloo. If you want it superspicy, there's green chili chicken, but milder palates and vegetarians will also find plenty here to please. The lunch and dinner specials are extremely easy on the wallet.