Went here the other day with friends, and it was pretty good. We had the chili chicken tikka marsala, the chili lamb marsala, tandoori chicken, a vegetable dish and rice with raisins, coconut and some other stuff. The rice dish and the veggie dish (my apologies for not remembering which, but it was somewhat sweet) were excellent. Service could have been better, a bit more description about the food would have helped as my freinds are not particulalry well versed in the cuisine nor am I so articulate in Spanish to describe the flavors. That said we were pleased, and apart from what seemed like high prices, once we got the check, given how full we were, we felt we were charged very reasonably. Mexico City has, that I know of, only 3 Indian restaruants, one in La Condesa, another in Polanco/Anzures, and another in Santa Fe (I don't know if it is still there); it is a cuisine that is just barely being introduced to the city's palate. Given its new status, I think they do a great job in this place keeping reasonably true to the dishes. The owners are from the Indian sub-continent (I am not shure if they are Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, etc.) which helps one but in to the authenticity as well. All in all, a good choice for adventurous local eaters. If you are from London or have lived in India you mgiht say it is not that great, but I think one must adjust expectations given the geography, the same way I would reviewing the Mexican food in Mumbai.
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