Care for caviar with your naan? Or gold leaf with your lamb? Everything at this 4700-square-foot restaurant is decadent. A 40-foot slab of chiseled pink sandstone lines the wall while mother-of-pearl inlay composes the bar counter. Dine in the Sheesh Mahal, or palace of mirrors, a private dining room where 150,000 tiny mosaic mirrors carpet the walls floor to ceiling. Dishes are no less artful. The chicken tikka is served in a crisp noodle bowl and topped with lehsuni. King salmon rests on a bed of quinoa bhel among dollops of apricot murabba glaze. The “Pandora’s Box” smoked rum cocktail comes nestled in a treasure chest that swirls with steam as you open it. The place is meant to look like the home of a rich Indian ruler, and from start to finish, you might even feel a little royal at the end too.