From the oust side, this restaurant doesn't look like much but once you go through the internal curtains you enter into a cozy and comfortable Indian restaurant. The staff were friendly and helpful and were reasonably quick for this part of the world. The food portions are reasonably large and the curry's we had for mains came with rice, so perhaps worth sharing a starter and then getting a main dish each. We had chicken pakora as a starter and it came as 6 pieces! Plenty for the two of us to share. We followed this with a Goan fish curry and a chicken curry (sorry can't remember which one!) and two naan breads. We couldn't finish all the rice but other than that, we pretty much ate everything and were full. The wine is expensive (but again, this is the case everywhere in Luanda) and our total bill for one starter, two mains, two naans, two beers and a half bottle of white wine came to about US$180.
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