A great deal of time and thought has been put into the decor of this restaurant which is stunning. The menu was, however, very limited. We really enjoyed the poppadoms which were broken into pieces. We then shared a fairly large vegetable samosa that was tasty. My husband had a lamb dish which he said was delicious and I had a Chicken Biryani which was a little over spicy (chilli) for my taste. I love spice, but do not like chilli which just burns my mouth. Everything arrived hot (as in temperature) and the waiters were attentive. We were told that the chefs were all from Bombay (Mumbai) and everything was authentic - and I can believe that. Wine is expensive - the cheapest bottle is £23 and the bill (which also included a glass of prosecco and a beer) for the meal was over £90. The four stars are given because the menu was so small, the wine very expensive - which meant the bill was high for what we had.
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