Tulsi Indian's linen table cloths and napkins, decent glassware and cutlery and friendly wait staff are things that you won't get in a food court. That's however where it ends.
A food court is a lot quicker, has better portion sizes and if you're moderately lucky better (and cheaper) food. This has to be the blandest Indian food I've experienced since the last jar of Sharwoods butter chicken simmer sauce.
The menu looked promising (we couldn't spot a tandoor oven in the kitchen - a giveaway?) but totally under delivered on our choice of dishes. That wonderful spectrum of Indian spices, the light and dark of flavours and taste experiences was lost in translation.
A clue may be in the awards on their website - the only independent ones were years ago, the rest I suspect are the self nominated industry puff pieces.
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