We went on a Friday evening and found the restaurant empty, still it was only 7pm. We were warmly greeted by Neesha (spelling?), who was a delight to chat to through the evening. We had Masala Vadai and MIni Sambar Idly for starters, accompanied by a light and fluffy garlic naan bread. Different fare from any Indian food we've had before, so that was a nice change. The mains were a very delicious Chicken Chettinadu, accompanied by beautifully flavoured saffron rice and a Mysore Masala Dosa, with accompanying sauces. The Dosa wasn't as flavoursome as the chicken, but nice and my partner enjoyed it. The chicken wasn't as spicy as expected but not at all disappointing. BYOB appreciated and with no corkage charge. We had pistachio kulfi and a typical Southern India dessert of vermicelli in a very sweet creamy sauce, with nuts and sultanas. Can't remember the name but something like paysan. Was too sweet and rich for me, but again, nice to try something different. A very nice change from the norm and first visit to Cholas. Good value too, £31 for 2 people having 3 courses each plus naan bread.
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