The desserts, however, are what separate Sangam from the other Indian restaurant in College Town. The Gajar Halwa, mushed-carrots, raisins, and what seems to be condensed milk, is super sweet. Often times a burner is placed underneath, to make it warm. If this isn't enough, the Kheer, a rice-pudding type classic, is also really great.
"The meat samosas are better than the vegetable counterparts and make tasty appetizers if you're ever pressed for time hosting a dinner party."
"This place is perfect for a college town, because you can go there and stuff your face for cheap and then not have to eat for the rest of the day."