✭✭✭✭✭ We came there on Sunday afternoon without checking the opening ours. There was and older smiling man who welcomed us like we're his friends. We had no idea that the place was still closed. The moment we sat down the man switched on a very cool Jazz music. I asked him couple of questions and he was the friendlies person EVER! He love Jazz. He used to be the owner. Now the restaurant belongs to his son. What a spirit! I'm Polish, not Indian but I really felt like I was in my uncle's dying room. We ordered and I saw him starting to prepare out dishes but minutes later the chef arrived. So only them we realised that this place wasn't yet open. The starters were fantastic. I had a lamb samosa and my friend had chicken tikka. The samosa was crispy and delicious. The size of the chicken tikka starter was enormous. For main I had the main chicken tikka and my friend had prawn masala. The browns where fresh and delicious. We will be back!
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