After splashing out on a swanky new look to celebrate its 10th birthday, this modern Indian is moving towards its teenage years in some style. Inside, vintage chandeliers, softly lit glass screens & huge sepia photos of smiling faces add some chic warmth to the long dining room. There's also spicy warmth & fragrance in many of its dishes, although Indian Summer steers away from your average 'hot sauce & rice' clichés. A Bengal-inspired starter of tandoori prawns, for example, is served in a mustard oil & tomato sauce with Scotch bonnet peppers & five spice, while mint, coriander & ginger enliven chicken with masala rice & roti. At lunchtime, an array of Indian street food offers mix & match fun from pakoras to uttappams, while the two-course set menu is a snip at £10.