Such complex flavours in well cooked and well seasoned dishes.
The atmosphere is quaint. Clearly a "mom and pop" inspired design. It is a small restaurant which can make for quite the romantic dining experience. There is a small patio with outdoor dining.
I brought my partner here for a quiet dinner on date night.
The food was exceptional. We started with the Papri Chaat. It wasn't the best I've had but it is quite good. If you're new to Indian cuisine or have never tried this dish it is a unique gift to the senses. It consists of crispy fried dough chips, boiled potatoes, chick peas and chillies in a yogurt and tamarind chutney sauce. Very interesting textures and flavours. Sweet, sour, creamy, cripsy. Delicious.
We also ordered their vegetable pankoras which by far are my most favourite in all of the city. Cooked perfectly, the insides are still moist while the outside is perfectly crunchy and crisphy. Their accompanying chutneys are fabulous for dipping.
We ordered the mango chicken and cheese naan. The Naan is stuffed with cheese and cooked. quite delicious. The mango chicken although described as deep fried, is not overly greasy or oily. in fact appears more stir fried than anything. Great flavours although if we were to do it all over again we would definitely order rice with the mango chicken instead of the naan.
Overall the experience was good. However, the server seemed somewhat curt with us and a little slow in service. We waited about 15 minutes for our bill - and had to ask for it twice.
Great food. Service could use some improvement though.
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