This restaurant has been open for quite a while now, and we have avoided it as it is located where two "Indian" restaurants have opened and closed because they were really not very good at all. Good friends recommended that we give it a try.
The decor and ambiance is nice. The service is friendly and professional. The food was very good and very well priced. I had the R100 special for 3 courses. Potato samoosa's, the chicken bhunja and the sago pudding. My wife had the chicken rolls, chicken tikka marsala and halva. We shared a garlic & cheese naan. The food was very good.
My only complaint is that the food took very long to be served even though the restaurant was not busy at all.
We will be back.
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