December 2011, this new paladar opened in Nuevo Vedado, close to Cine Acapulco. It's not too far from the Colon Cemetery, so you can combine sightseeing and eating Indian food. The chef/ owner is Sri Lankan, married to a Cuban.
The atmosphere is distinctly Indian, with carved wood panels, silk shawls draped on the door and incense burning. They offer the regular fare, from Tandoori chicken, dhal, pilav rice, to shrimp Bollywood, their specialty dish - with CUC 12.50 the most expensive on the menu.
We were 12 people, so we ordered everything on the menu to try. The food was palatable, but for our taste it could have been much spicier. We asked for a hot sauce and they put an imported Indian sauce bottle on the table..
Service is good, the waitresses are very friendly.
The big negative thing was going to the bathroom. It was clean, but no toilet paper. There was liquid soap but no towel. All the paladars by now have realized that foreign eaters demand those things. If they want to be successful that is the first that has to change!
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