A sunday, 6.30pm.We entered via the Bund side, into the bar area downstairs, it was dark and not a soul in there, so we were shocked to go upstairs and almost every table was full. The smell was delicious. We had no entrees, had a prawn curry and a chicken curry, (sorry can't remember the names as not familiar, I usually have a madras or rogan gosh but this must be a food from a different region of India) and the aloo gobi. The portions were smallish, and only five small pieces of chicken, but the flavours were divine,and the medium spicy was just right. The naan was delicious, crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. The rice was expensive, next time we will skip the rice and just have naan. Came to 400 RMB including two beers, (which is what we would pay back in NZ ) but this was more flavoursome, and with a view of the river.
We will go back and try the kebabs next time.
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