Before you enter, it's difficult to gauge what it's going to be like beyond the entrance, so it was a pleasant surprise to find a decent sized space with fans on and greenery in a quasi outdoor setting. Although a sign says no smoking, they did allow smoking, but seemed to own only one ashtray in the restaurant, as the one placed on our table upon initial request was subsequently swiped by a different waiter and placed on the table of two other foreigners who had obviously asked for one later. When I asked for a replacement ashtray it took a while before someone plonked down a bowl that wasn't an ashtray but was obviously the best they could come up with. Waiters are courteous and food was punctual. Was a bit disappointed with the butter chicken - had imagined it would be amazing, but it was quite ordinary. Naan bread was nice, as was chicken tikka masala, but in general I found their chicken a little tough and had hoped for something more tender. The restaurant serves halal meat. Daryaganj is a nice street to meander down and less intense than the streets of old Delhi nearby. All in all it was a pleasant meal. Our meal of two soft drinks, a butter chicken, chicken tikka masala, two naan breads and cumin rice came to around 1500 rupees.
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