Shahi Darbar is one of the newer restaurants that have sprung up on the peninsula in the last year or so. I've only tried subcontinental dishes here but, perhaps to hedge their bets, they also serve Chinese.
Their lists of Indian and Pakistani dishes are comprehensive, and the food is surprisingly good, with their subcontinental dishes typically priced at under 10000, less than five euros.
Their salty lassi comes in a large glass, as it should, and is excellent as well as very reasonably priced.
The setting is more typical for indian restaurants in Africa, catering for Indians. That is, decorated with garden hoses containing blinking lights in a range of colors. Not my style.
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