if you love curry but don't like leaving a restaurant feeling you have eaten a kilo each of butter and sugar then this might be the restaurant for you.
I visited this restaurant on a friday night and managed to grab a table without booking. The decor is traditional without being garish - not like the badly drawn pictures of the royal family which greeted me at a curry house on brick lane (i have not bee back!)
The staff were extremely friendly and welcoming spending time to talk us through the menu which does vary slightly from your standard Indian fayre. But a change is good as a rest.
What was outstanding was the quality of the food. Firstly you could taste the range of spices and herbs that went into the the food, it also tasted 'dry' with the meat and splce flavours not overpowered by lashings of butter. We also had the choice of venison - very progressive for an indian were you usually have a choice of chicken or lamb.
In summary if you are looking for chicken in a rich red spicy gravy, rice and a piece of bread then this is not the place for you however if you want variation of spice with good quality meat (Venison!) then you need to try the Everest Gurkha!
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