We were very pleasantly surprised with this little restaurant. It was late at night; the weather was awful, and we had a very grumpy 4 year old with us. The place looked a bit dodgy from the outside, and, essentially, it is a converted residential property. But the somewhat dodgy architecture was forgotten by the friendliness of the people and the quality of the food. No frills, good Indian cuisine. All dishes were very enjoyable.
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