Crisp, clean and beautifully presented....and that's just the decor. Our table was not ready, so shown to some comfortable lounge chairs where we ordered drinks and our food from comprehensive menu & wine list. Offered seats by male staff at the counter on stools (not really appropriate for my companion an 80 year plus lady with obvious walking difficulties...common sense gone missing!!)
Positives: Ambience and the young lady (Samanth ??) attending to us was very eager to please and was a pleasant combination of professionalism and friendliness. A little tactile and overuse of 'definitely' in her response to any request but an absolute asset and a terrific ambassador for the restaurant.
The drinks and food were first class and I feel it unnecessary to list what we had as I am sure everything in the restaurant was served to the same high standard.
So So; The dishes once served were kept some way away on a 'dumb waiter' and any top up or replenishment of our mains had to be requested (male waiting staff)....willingly served but I do not feel that you should be looking for a waiter when you require the rest of your dish.
The roomali roti was not as delicate (thin) as I have had and therefore a little stodgy.
Poor: The rice never arrived; when asked for we were told that it came after the breads had been finished (!?) Why were we not offered it and given the option of having it later. With both a dahl and chicken with mainly spinach, rice was required to soak up the sauce.
The paan was very bitter (two types offered) and not to my taste.
Pricing was as you would expect in a Five Star Hotel outlet and equivalent to the West End of London or Manhattan.
Overall: an experience worth experiencing (as I have previously).
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