This place is owned by the same people who own the "Frida" and the menu is the same. However, its name, "Kasmir" suggests that there would be Indian or Pakistani cuisine and/or interior. None of the above could be spotted there.
The interior was charming (although not Indian), but the space is too small for the size of the dishes and for the flow of people. This is a place where people tend to stay for a long time, enjoying their meal and smoking their hookas. So it either has to become bigger or become less welcoming to people who want to stay for a long while.
The food was delicious, but I since I was expecting more authentic food I was a bit disappointed. We got a set "Zita nad Gita" with many "sauces" and only one naan as staple food. I wish they had brought some rice with it, because it was impossible to just eat sauces as if they were soups. I totally didn't get the point of this dish.
Also, there is only one toilet for staff and for guests which creates queues (and is actually outlawed in some countries).
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