We were excited to try this restaurant and it did not disappoint. We decided to eat in the ala carte restaurant downstairs, which I would highly recommend. We started with mocktails, which they have a nice and inspired selection of. We ordered the tandoor prawn, 5 large pieces, perfectly cooked. We ordered a paneer lababadar, dal, veg biryani, salad and nan for the main course and it was way too much. The portions are very generous. The three of us ate till we were stuffed and still have enough food for 2-3 other people, which they were nice enough to pack and we could give to someone in need.
This restaurant tacks on a lot of taxes and a 10% service charge, which in unusual in India, making it a bit pricey, but worth it.
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