I and my Husband were both amazed to find such an Indian restaurant outside of India (or London ;-)!
The decor is very design and light, faraway from the oppressive dark carved wood and red we found in Indian restaurant only in Europe.
Service is really friendly with two Indian waiters who really know their job.
Now the best part the food:
There is a mix of classic tandoori items (only one curry of the week) and special kind of fusion.
I went for Sanjay salad (green salad with chicken tikka and croutons) and Kalmi kaba, crispy and so tasteful!
My husband had a gruyère chicken tikka and then a beef tenderloin perfectly cooked (he said) in the tandoor. Main dishes were served with vegetables and rice or aloo tandoori. They served complimentary naans which was a good surprise.
Sizes were a little too big (for me at least).
The menu is not huge, but i always prefer that than a too long menu.
Prices are quite high but considering they serve veg, rice and naans with the main dish, it was correct.
If I have to give them an advice, I think that they should have 2 or 3 more desserts on the menu.
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