An excellent restaurant, with an interesting menu and an extensive vegetarian choice.
We ate there four times on our visit and must say that it’s some of the best Indian food I’ve ever eaten. We did experiment quite a lot with our choices and not everything was a triumph but that’s how it is when you take a chance on food you aren’t familiar with.
The only issue I have and it’s been addressed within a recent Trip Advisor review and that is, that if the dish you request from the al a carte menu is on the buffet menu, then you will be served a dish that has already been cooked. If you order Al a carte you should have that dish cooked for you from fresh. Now the response from the restaurant to the previous complainant, is that this does not happen and I’m telling you that it does. My advise would be to have a look at what is on the buffet, which is a decent spread at a reasonable price and if it’s on the buffet chose something else.
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