We read about this place in the Lonely Planet book and were intrigued to try some Asian/Indian flavours after travelling for 7 months and experiencing withdrawals for the aforementioned cuisines. Reading that it was Aussie run was also a plus as the food quality was of high standards!
On our first visit for dinner, we ordered the Golden Chilli Rolls (gimme that sesame dipping sauce!), Taste of Asia and I Smell India. All meals were probably the tastiest, freshest, well presented meals we have come across in a while. The rolls are spring roll like and contains a great mixture of chicken and vegetables with delicious dipping sauces. The Taste of Asia is a stack of chicken breast on sweet potato layers and has great flavours. If you get the curry made hot, it will be hot! The additional condiments (cucumber raita, mango chutney, etc) that come with the curry compliment the dish even more so.
On our second visit for lunch, we ordered the "It'll Do The Trick" baguette and the vegetable stir fry. Again, both dishes were tasty and fresh.
After reading the bad reviews for this place, I'm not sure if we got lucky or not but I can say with 100% confidence that the meals we were served were of excellent standard, great portions and we left extremely satisfied on both occasions.
The prices are higher than local joints because you're not eating the local food. Sure, the service could be better... but you're in Latin America. Service like this is common.. so sit back, relax and look at the cool owl painting on the wall.
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