I've never had Indian food like it.
We saw how popular this restaurant was on TA so we decided to try it out. It was our first night in Prague and we sought this place out. Now it wasn't easy to find for newcomers to Prague but after much searching and back-tracking we eventually found it; now wet and cold because of the weather.
The atmosphere was warm and welcoming. Authentically Indian with dimmed lighting, beautiful aromatic smells of Indian cuisine, unusual copper-like goblets on the table, nice art on the walls, lovely colours. A comfy, cosy warm environment.
Menu was extensive and the waitress knew a lot about the dishes we inquired about. She was even kind to suggest that ordering two portions of nann bread would be too much for two people and I was glad she did because it was. I ordered the Lamb Jalfrazi and my partner ordered Rogan Josh with a portion of samosas to share as a starter. All I can say was that it was beautiful. The samosas were made with fresh pastry and the lamb just melted in the mouth, the nann was hot out of the oven and infused with garlic and herbs and the portion was pretty big for the two of us.
Now, I would be partial to spicy food and the Jalfrazi was SPICY. Not unbearably spicy but it definitely brought a few tears to my eye. Just a word of warning to those who attempt to order it! If you're looking for something milder, the rogan josh is for you. The dishes were beautiful. While they don't look huge when they come out they definitely fill you up. Flavoursome, aromatic, tender smooth and textured this is authentic Indian food. The fusion of flavours and spices makes this one of the best Indian's I've ever had. The value for money was incredible, I think we paid the equivalent of 50€ for the two of us for everything. Which, when you're used to paying 70€+ for a meal was an added bonus and added to the appeal of Prague and this restaurant.
Toilets were clean and well maintained and the staff spoke English and were more than willing to help with anything. There also is an option of sitting outside. One small word of criticism, which doesn't explicitly apply to this place, but to the whole of Prague - as a native of Ireland, a country renowned for its drinking culture, they really need to learn how to pull a pint! Apart from this MINOR detail, a beautiful authentic Indian restaurant located in the heart of Prague. A definite recommendation for travelers.
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