My partner and I stumbled across this restaurant in Edinburgh between watching shows at the Fringe Festival. It is the smallest restaurant I've been in but also the most authentic, colourful, welcoming and beautiful..
I can imagine it is often full at peak times being limited seating and such a lovely social spot. But we got a table instantly, sat in a cosy corner with big colourful cushions, low tables and sari's draped from the ceiling and over the chairs. The service from the waiter was polite and friendly.
We ordered the meat sharing platter for 2 which was truly amazing. It consisted of a rice, naan, sag aloo (spinach & potatoe), dahl (chick pea sauce) & chicken tikka marsala - which was not mild and boring but very delicious with tasty spices and creamy sauce.
This also came with a juice each and a cheesecake to share which totalled to less than £15. Everything was delicious. We ate everything and it was the perfect amount. We didn't walk away from the restaurant feeling like we had eaten too much like you do with most curry houses, but content and full which lasted us the night.
I cannot rate this restaurant enough. It's a taste of true india and a nice social spot for anyone and everyone. Make the trip - you won't be disappointed.
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