This small unlicensed (and welcoming of BYO and no corkage - what a pleasant surprise) restaurant opened about a year ago. We have visited a number of times mainly in September 2012.
Papadums and chutney have been rapidly served, and delicious. The chef, who sometimes doubles up as waiter, explained that he makes the chutneys fresh each day. They are noticeably full of flavour and better than those served in many Indian restaurants.
Samosas and onion bajas (as spelled here) were also freshly cooked with great spicing - not over-hot, fresh, full of taste. Other vegetable side dishes have also been good.
Mains have included chicken and lamb dishes, including rogan and jalfrezi versions of both, as well as milder chicken dishes. The chef is happy to cook food specifically to order and our orders have come exactly as specified. Plain boiled rice, pulau rice and nans were also freshly and perfectly cooked.
It is difficult to fault the food, which over several meals has always been freshly cooked, well spiced and full of taste. The chef takes evident pride in his work. Prices are very reasonable. Highly recommended.
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