Its a nice enough looking restaurant but not really the look of an ethnic place. The panellling and decorum owe much more to the original usage of the premises than to the current occupiers. The food was tasty enough but authenticity is questionable as is floor staff knowledge.
its also a little pricy and let down by the location and yes I know they cant do anything about that but before opening any business surely location is considered.
Overall I would go again but not in a hurry
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