There's truth in advertising when it comes to Aroma. It touts itself, in its ads, as the "best Indian restaurant in the Berkshires" and so it is. Never mind that there's not all that much compettion, the restaurant's owners act like they have something to prove, which means dinner has over 80 a la carte possibilities, plus 16 breads baked on the premises. That can be daunting, especially for those unaccustomed to this cuisine, but the menu provides useful descriptions. It's hard to go wrong with a couple of vegetable or meat samosas (crispy turnovers), chicken or fish tikka (marinated chunks cooked on skewers), sides of basmati rice and mango chutney, and spinach nan (leavened flatbread stuffed with fresh spinach). A warning: When the menu or waitress says "spicy," believe it. They'll tone down the heat on request.