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"A new Indian restaurant near to the Walrus and the Carpenter bound to be popular with City boys and girls. An airy restuarant with lots of flowers, plants and Indian paintings and a distinct lack of flocked wallpaper. Charming, friendly waiters are happy to recommend authentic Indian dishes and steer you away from the prawn cocktail de nos jours, the chicken tikka masala - although that's available to unwavering fans. What's cooking? Traditional Indian dishes including all the classics as well as more unexpected items such as mugh-E-Tandoori, a whole poussin or lamb phal, an extra hot dish.
Lunch, Dinner, After-hours
Takeout, Seating, Waitstaff, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar
I have eaten here several times over the past two years - recently I found what appeared to be a pubic hair in my dish. I asked the waiter to replace the dish and he refused. I called the manager and he told me that...More
Two of us dined here following a college alumni get-together at the Walrus & the Carpenter next door. We just had main courses - mine was Karaki Lamb, said to be a dish that is unique to the restaurant. It was nice and appropriately spiced....More
Have dined here a few times over the years, but it had been a while since my last visit.
The venue is okay (reasonably comfortable). The food is okay (mainstream). Our waiter was friendly and helpful (obsequious), others weren’t especially so (including a miserable floor...More
Had a wonderful return to this lovely restaurant yesterday for lunch. Used to work nearby and was a regular well over a decade ago. Have been back a few times over the years since. The food is always lovely, and we had a really lovely...More
This small restaurant is buzzing - vibrant crowd with a mix of regular customers and after work gatherings. The service and food are great - relaxed yet attentive. Highly recommended and I’ll be making a return visit :)
Visited with a friend and found this restaurant busy with Christmas parties but we were promptly shown to a table and made welcome.
Despite the fact that it was packed the service was good, friendly and efficient. The food was very good. Without a doubt...More
Popped in on the off chance with a group of 6 on a Tuesday night. Restaurant was busy (always a good sign). Found us a table and we made a night of it. Over ordered as you always do in a group. All the food...More
the chicken madras, and the prawn dishes are wonderful, and they have very good wine list too. the spanish red was delicious. the service was attentive by the team. a bit more expensive than many other indian restaurants, but i would highly recommend this place.
Visited this restaurant, with friends, food was average, and service, not great, felt extremely rushed and hurried, barely ordered and food was on table, quite expensive, with service charge on top, waiters were very rude, will not be visiting again, much better places elsewhere
Great Indian and always good food well cooked & presented with friendly & attentive service. Went safe & favourite today with a very tasty & spicy chicken vindaloo with pilau rice, sag aloo & a naan. Just perfect & washed down with a cold beer!
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