Just after passing the door of this restaurant, you'll be surprised by its astonishing decoration made of traditional Indian wooden panels. Eating there is also not like in every other restaurant, Indian or not. Don't expect a chair. You'll seat on a high wooden "stage" made softer by thick cushions, your legs floating below the table. Quite cool for a while, but some may find it painful after a while, especially for their back.
Food there is pretty good and tasty, but according to me portions are relatively small for the price. The menu itself is quite complex, and that's not so easy to make a choice.
Lastly, we may have been unlucky that day, but my friends and I had to wait more than an hour before being served!
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