Entering the restaurant says it all: the decor is a normal Bulgarian restaurant decor (including television on the wall) with some Indian accents (table linen, a few decorative items). So is the food: it is beyond doubt Indian inspired but it misses the final touch: I had shrimp soup with only a few small bits of shrimp, and the soup misses consistency, and Madras curry chicken: the chicken was shortly cooked to keep it tender, as many Bulgarians do and not the Indian chicken that is well drenched in the sauce. The rice that came with it was rather tasteless with some deep frozen vegetables. There are better Indian restaurants in Sofia.
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