This place is definitely a game of two halves - The food is both traditional and experimental, with some dishes delighting and some disappointing - You need to choose well to get the best out of it. I ate there yesterday and had a very fine mutton goda masala that was worth every penny, although it was let down by the accompanying dish of kale and chard which was just an underseasoned green soggy lump on a sideplate. Best bits are definitely the vindaloo, springbok bhuna and the country captain - shepherd's pie curried!
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