I decided to give this place a try as it was near my hotel. I was on my own for dinner and did not feel like going too far. It was tucked into the middle of the less-than-busy block off HC Andersen Blvd. but it was large enough to be prominent. There was a certain allure to the place from the outside as it looked to have a very nice dining area. Indeed, when I stepped in, this was confirmed. I was seated promptly and the waiter came over quickly. The menu selections were decently plentiful. I started with the papadam which was accompanied by some tasty chutneys that ran the spectrum from hot (with chili oil) to a cool yogurt-based dip. There was also a sweet berry (?) chutney and mint chutney as well. I also tried the mulligatawny soup, which is a normal happenstance for me at an Indian place when this item is available. This one was particularly good as it was a bit richer and heartier than most. For my main, I got the Chili Chicken which was not quite as hot as I would have liked. However, what made up for the dulled kick was the presence of a delightful mango overtone that gave it a sweet and mildly spicy taste. I also ordered roti bread and basmati rice to go with it, which were nice complements. The prices were a bit on the expensive side but I thought the quality of the fare was worth it. The service was very good throughout. The dining room eventually got a bit noisy as the evening I was there it became rather busy. But it was nothing I could not live with. I would recommend giving it a try if you are in the area.
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