We had amazing dining experience here. I dont think it was just ordinary food. The Restaurant says wine bar, menu read a mix of indian and few other regional dishes but after we finished our meal it was a journey of flavours. Restaurant was nice and busy on wednesday evening so it was positive start. We ordered and chose a australian sauvignon blanc. Poppadums were lovely, mix of two different kinds served with spicy tomato and mango dip. To start we had Scallops & Keema. Scallops were cooked to perfection as its very easy to overcook them, Presntation was excellent, as they were served with some cauliflower puree which was very tasty. Keema was to die for, Flavoursome and served on mini naan breads. For mains we had South Indian Garlic curry which was amazing, Spicy, Tasty & Garlicy, Very Enjoyable. My partner had Hake Curry which was the highlight. Coconut sauce was perfect in consistency. It is amazing to see Iish Fish on Indian restaurant menus. To us this dining was not just Indian food, It was a journey of flavours. To finish we had Creme Brulee, Again very tasty. No to miss its good to see people using their local producers, great community spirit. We thoroughly enjoyed and recommend it to all.
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