This venue is underwhelming when you look from the street and first enter, then the aroma hits your nose and you are transported to another land , India.
The decor is more suburban take a way than city resteraunt but don't be put off by that. The food is fabulous the flavours are superb , spicy without being overly HOT. I love a good vindaloo and that what I got, the accompanying raita , samosas , and culcha were such great accompaniments.
Don't miss out on the opportunity to eat at this great little piece of India thoughorly recommend this one
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