We arrived at 6:30 for our meal which I think was 1 hour 30 mins too early as the restaurant didn't get busy until 8 and I prefer some atmosphere and background noise. Upon arrival we were greeted by the owner who showed us to the window seats, for 4 of us there was plenty of space and had a nice view out side and of the restaurant. On seating were were given the wine list and ordered a few beers and a bottle of the red Indian Shiraz which is lovely and I'd recommend.
The Food menu is completely different from your standard Indian curry house, no where is there a Madras or Korma. Instead, the owner informed us, he prefers we read about the ingredients and the flavours. Personally I found the menu overwhelming but the owner was very very helpful and talked me through all the items and helped me make a decision.
I ended up with the Pigeon Breast and Salmon, both were fantastic. The presentation is unlike any other Indian in Devon that I've been to, the flavours were top notch with their subtle blend of spices and the meat was tender and juicy.
Overall I had a great time, so did the rest of my family and I will be back again soon.
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