The chutneys are up there with the best I've ever tried, an excellent, extensive and unusual selection, especially the fish one. We opted for a totally veggie meal. Starters were quite large and were a type of street snack I guess, full of amazing blended spices but left my wife and I quite full and scared for how we may feel after eating our mains. The chutneys and poppadoms are enough as a starter in my opinion. We ordered an aubergine curry cooked in a yogurt and coconut sauce which was an unconventional choice but tasted delicious as was too the black bean, lentil dish. We also ordered 2 sides of coconut rice and fried cabbage seasoned delicately with fresh coconut and spices. We had no room for deserts but I must mention the ones that were delivered to other tables looked delicious. Service was ok, non intrusive, waiters happy enough to support your selections and not too pushy to direct you to order the most expensive options. Nice simple bright colorful decor, clean toilets. Overall a good dining experience although it was a little more expensive that most of the other curry houses which we have attended. We did not much change from £60 for a good bottle of red, poppadoms and chutneys, 2 veggie curries and 2 sides. Check it out if your a little tired of your conventional chicken tikka masala.
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