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|Address:||10 Lincoln Street, London SW3 2TS|
|Tel:||020 7225 1881|
|Price: £83.00||Wine: £35.00||Champagne: £66.00|
|Opening Hours:||Tues-Fri 12N-2.15pm Mon-Sun 6-10.30pm (Sun -10pm)|
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Fantastic. Lovely location: a townhouse tucked down a side street off the King's Road. The restaurant is divided into a couple of small rooms, decorated in a wonderfully chintzy style. An unusual venue, therefore a good destination for a work dinner where you want to impress (and still have fun) or something romantic.
I had the seven-course lunch menu which was brilliant from start to finish. It's tough to find a stellar Indian fine dining experience because the repertoire in the cuisine is a bit limited (eg mint and coriander appearing again and again), however this was the closest I've ever tasted. The chef pulled off the trick of giving you what you want from an Indian meal – rich sauces, strong flavours, a bit of fire, a bit of sweet – but at the same time served it up in exquisitely small portions, beautifully arranged on the plate, that gave it a delicate touch that you so often miss.
Service was charming and attentive.
Price-wise it is closer to the high end although I didn't feel overcharged – with the exception of soft drinks: a bottle of fizzy water was £6.20, and a small glass of apple juice was £4. You have to look quite carefully down the wine list to find something under £30 but having said that I had a Pinot Gris for £40 and was pleased with it.