Very near the beach, this is a modern, well-designed restaurant with staff who are friendly, know their business (and speak very good English). But, more to the point, the food was very good - they produce something which we British would recognise as curry which, after a week of Barcelona's delightful but hardly heavily spiced food, was just what we needed.
The staff are really willing to help - they were quite happy to make sure our starter of selected samosas etc to share was vegetarian, and when ordering our mains they made sure they knew how hot we wanted the dishes.
My prawn curry was just right - an interesting sauce, a little thicker than you might find in Britain, was subtly different from the straight tomato / curry fish sauce I've had before but really worked - and the prawns were plentiful - one prawn provided three mouthfuls and the dish was packed with them. My wife said her dahl stew was perfectly spiced. Put alongside this perfectly cooked naan, and a few bottles of cobra beer and it was a very satisfying meal - authentically 'Indian'.
The place isn't cheap - all of this came to 80 euros - but we were happy to pay it, and will certainly return next time we're in Barcelona.
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