The atmosphere is very good. A nice place for a good meal. The resto is open at night and only one day during lunch time. The spices used are little bit different than other Indian restos.The price is high for the quantity in a dish. For example,in a $21/ mutton dish, no. of pieces ( 1 in/ 1 in ) are 4. The same is for chiken dish ( $18/ ). The clients can bring their own wine bottles. The place is friendly, but unlike other Indian restos, we did not see owners who run this place.
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