The food here is really good, and great value too. We had chick pea fritters and samosas to start with, followed by a beef saagwalla with rice, pappadams, and naan bread. The fritters were crispy and full of flavour, and the beef dish was rich and authentic. Like a previous reviewer said, don't expect "silver service", the decor and tableware is modest, but to sit out on the footpath in the evening breeze, listening to the surf in the background is just great. This place deserves to be busier than it was on the night we went there.