We'd previously visited and been very impressed by the sister restaurant out in Clontarf, and so were eager to try out this when it opened up on our doorstep last year. We've since been in a couple of times and while we've enjoyed it well enough, we don't think that it's quite yet fulfilling its potential. The place is decorated in a very classy and comfortable style, and the staff are all extremely helpful and friendly. The menu has a good mix of traditional and less common Indian specialities, and everything served in a manner that you might expect from more formal dining; the pricing is also fairly reasonable. Our one gripe would be that they seem to be holding back a little and the various dishes that we've tried could all generally be a bit more more adventurously spiced; "mild" might be the preference for many of their clientele but the danger is that this tips into bland.