Housed in an atmospherically lit dockside building in the shadow of Michelin-starred Martin Wishart and The Kitchin, this overtly upmarket Indian clearly has big aspirations. Boasting the sort of highly intensive five-star service you’d find in a flashy top-end European restaurant, its contemporary food comes in tapas-size portions and is about as far from the usual curry-house fodder as you could hope to find. There’s a strong emphasis on seafood specialities such as coconut-crusted sea bass, monkfish tikka and whole lobster in a tomato-based sauce with honey and spices, although the kitchen is equally adept when it comes to tandoori partridge or lamb chops with peshwari masala. Vegetarians aren’t neglected either, with plenty of innovative ideas on offer. Mithas also shows its serious side with a private dining room and various tasting menus – although weighty prices are offset by a corkage-free BYO policy.