Was recommended to check this out, given my love of Indian food, so the British twist was intruiging. The ambience is wonderful, I really didnt mind the changing view on every wall,and it was in keeping with the theme. My test of any new place is the Butter chicken or murgh makhani, which incidentally WAS invented in India quite by accident. I expected this to have a british slant, and in that found that it did, was different to the traditional Indian style, but I really struggled to find the flavour of fenugreek, this is the main spice that makes this dish what it is, so overall was left somewhat confused. The Biryani rice was more like stodge, wet, gluey consistency. This may be the British influence, but with the sauces of Indian, rice should be dry to absorb the flavours. Best Indian in Adelaide? Hardly. But will return to try the British food, think that may be a better experience. Staff were friendly & courteous.
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