We popped in here for lunch, we were greeted warmly while the guys were dealing with the local Nespresso rep.
We didn't bother with starters, I ordered saag ghosht (off menu, but no problem) while the good lady ordered chicken biryani. We were asked if we wanted them hot, but declined. The waiter recommended one roti to share rather than more; he thought that would be enough.
Both curries were good, the saag ghosht was aromatic and the lamb tender (though in retrospect I'd have asked for it a little hotter); the biryani was huge and came with a tasty raita to accompany. The roti was really good, and indeed sufficient.
It was pretty no messing, decent curry. I'd go back.
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