One of the best place for some authentic Indian food. The lady working in the front desk is amazing and helped us a lot with the neighborhood and the stations. Highly recommended for tourists.
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We had samosas, lamb korma and chicken tikka masala. Samosas were too heavy on the dough and slightly over cooked. The base was tough. The meat was beautiful and the sauces were good, though there was too much ghee in the korma. Prices were on...More
Having been in India a couple of times, I have an slight idea of how the authentic food from some regions should taste and at this place, in Stockholm the food tastes as it should. Delicious. Add the friendly and service minded staff at the...More
I ate lunch here with a few colleagues. The place was not overly crowded, nice atmosphere and the food was quite excellent. I had the Spicy Mango Chicken... could have been a bit more spicy (I like it hot!) but otherwise was very tasty and...More
We chose this restaurant because it already had a four star rating and it was a little out of the way. We were not disappointed at all. Very good atmosphere, delightful host and different choices that will amaze the palate. Also wine and beer list....More
Popped into this place after seeing a couple of good reviews online and we were not disappointed. One of the best curries I've had (and I'm from London)! Fresh, tasty and light. Wonderful, friendly and helpful service too. Will go back if I'm ever in...More
In my five days of business trip, I casually tried the restaurant menu for my first day. Superb, having taste of Bengali food (district in India) with a reasonably good amount of choice for vegetarians while a lot for non-veggies. To note is that many...More
A lot of tasty Indian different dishes served with a smile.One of the best Indian restaurants in central Stockholm. Really worth a visit if you like Indian food.
We were staying in the Elite Palace hotel just across the road and decided to stay close and have a curry on our first night. From experience we don't usually expect a lot from 'Indian' food outside the UK (One presumes it's great in India...More