My first time eating Indian in Malta. We passed the Ghandi whilst getting newspapers in the morning. The menu looked good and the prices seemed reasonable.
My companion and I didn't book that evening and we didn't need to as we were the first to arrive. We were led to our table and ordered drinks. The menu quickly followed and I ordered the vindaloo whilst my companion had the tikka masala.
The portion sizes when they arrived were generous. Plenty of sauce on both dishes and more than enough rice. The poppodums were a bit expensive at over a euro each though.
Taste wise, it couldn't be faulted. My companion who isn't usually an Indian eater enjoyed their meal whilst I had memories of eating vindaloo back in England whilst eating mine.
Once we had our main, we asked about desserts for me. The waiter said that the chef had only just arrived from India and hadn't set these up on the menu yet and would 'bring something'. What he did bring was two small balls of sponge soaking in a nut and syrup sauce. It tasted nice but most people probably would have sent it back and passed on the dessert.
Overall the customer service was good with 4 waiters falling over themselves to help. Aside from the dessert experience we would go back again. The taste of India recreated from a decent Indian uk restaurant in Malta.
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