Having read rave reviews of this place we selected it for the final dinner of our visit to Macau. We craved for Indian fare and were very positively minded. Four of us altogether, seasoned Indian-food appreciators.
Initially we noticed there were no other guests in the restaurant. Why, we wondered, given all the positive reviews.
Then we noticed the tandoori oven in the kitchen, which was a reassuring thing.
The menu was rich, with a good variety of dishes. We cheerfully placed our orders.
Drinks: Ok selection of beers, including Kingfisher. A few wines, but no Portugese (why nok, in Macau?) and no good ones. The one I got was particularly sub-standard.
Then food arrived and we got our cheerful moods adjusted. The food looked good, but tasted very bland. The one dish we had requested to be spicy was not. The curries contained meat that was on the dry side and that for sure had not been introduced to the sauces until a few minutes before serving. Accordingly the meat in the curries had no taste of the sauce and could as well have been served separately. Even the tandoori dishes were bland, I don't think I have ever tasted a less interesting Tandoori Chicken.
On the positive side, the staff was friendly, although our waiter made some mistakes and misunderstood part of our order.
So we left somewhat disillusioned. Surely, there must be something better than this in Macau.
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