These guys offer many dishes you won't find in a typical British-version-of-Indian curry house.
For a starter my friends and I devoured some dosas - Indian pancakes made of rice flour and daal flour, which you use to mop up a sauce called sambhar that's flavoured with tamarind, as well as a coconut chutney.
The Goan fish masala had to be the highlight of dishes
I shared dishes with friends for the main course. It had unusual and delicious flavours, including my favourite Indian spice, the curry leaf!
Another highlight was bhagara baigan, a wet aubergine dish, which scored points with me as I can't stand aubergines when they're undercooked and spongey, but love them when they melt in the mouth. These were cooked to perfection and the flavour worked well with the peanutty sauce.
The staff were lovely. I'll definitely go again and I'll also continue to use them for takeaways (they're on the Just Eat web site if you like ordering food that way.)
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