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Modern chocolate-brown colour schemes & eye-catching illumination help to make this new Indian kid on the block stand out from the suburban high-street crowd. The food also turns heads with its
full-on presentation. Flavours aren’t bad either, despite the fact that the menu is peppered with the usual north Indian curry-house suspects. Fine starters include halibut ‘fry’ (strips of lightly
spiced fish, shallow-fried in crispy batter), while jeera chicken makes a strong impression thanks to its robust cumin-based marinade. Following on, lamb hariyali has a lovely, rather delicate
flavour enhanced by spinach, almonds & cream, while another sound bet is lamb sali (tender chunks of meat in a mild sauce of coconut and apricots). The wine list is brief but adequate, &
smartly dressed waiters provide speedy, efficient service.