Really nice food and a great welcome from the staff down to the actual chef (kuma). Everything was perfectly balanced especially the korma which had a beautiful taste of cardamon running through it, a garlic naan that was light and didn't feel like the duvet textured ones you normally get in other restaurant. If you have taste buds and don't need a chicken tikka masala than please go
Here. Ps we finished with a rose & coconut creme brûlée which tasted immensely nice.
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