We were very excited to have the head chef of Vama in our neighbourhood. We loved the food at Vama in Chelsea. So we keenly tried it last week with another couple of friends. The room was nice and chic, yet cozy enough. The seats were extremely comfortable. The waitress was very friendly but we could hardly hear her speak. She went through the way we should order as the menu is extremely confusing. They do not have starters and main courses. Everything seems to be whatever you want it to be…rather confusing as you don't know how large the dishes will be. We ordered a salad, chicken mince kebab, daal, fried okra, naan platter, crab curry and as our main courses, 2 lamb chops, tandoori prawns and roast quail and a bottle of wine. All the portions, other than the okra were rather small. The okra was delicious and a good nibbler with the wine. Daal was good. Naan selection was nice. So far, so good. Then came the lamb chops. They were disintegrating, literally, and tasted nothing like lamb chops. These used to be the reason we would eat at Vama and they were nothing like that at all. Rather disappointing, to say the least. The crab curry was one tiny little crab with a little sauce aka curry. It tasted very good but again stingy on the portion, considering it was around £17. Prawns (3 prawns) were so-so and certainly not worth £19. Our guest was happy with the quail. We left very disappointed with the overall experience. We had much greater expectation. The service can be toned down a bit. They are all over you and not relaxed. We left not feeling full enough after having spent around £185 for the four of us without dessert. I am sorry to say I will not be going back there at these prices and portions. There are much better Indian restaurants at much better value. I hope they adopt a different attitude.