Visited here with a friend after checking reviews on this site. We both love indian food and are used to the British variety of not quite authentic but nevertheless delicious dishes. Arriving here we were greeted with a somewhat empty restaurant, but the food menu was excellent.
The manager picked up on our accents and sat down to talk to us in both excellent English and German, and we spent the meal being regaled with equally fantastic food and stories (For an example, on asking for food "as hot as you can possibly make it" we were supplied an anecdote regarding a previous diner asking the same, then complaining on it being too spicy to be edible and, after refusing a free fresh meal, giving a terrible review.). The manager was a fine man, who was steadfast that putting love into the treatment of food, diners, and the staff was ever more important than cutting corners for the easiest profits, and I can see this as a reason for the long-term success of this fine restaurant.
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