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    • Christopher Shonebarger
    • November 17, 2018

    I went with a fairly large group of people and we had a great time. I love the atmosphere and the food was fantastic. Probably the best shepherd’s pie I’ve ever had, curried or not. All of my friends ordered different things and everyone was impressed with their order. There was definitely a lot of “Ooh, try this!” going on. This is a great place to go if you feel like spending a little more money for great food.

    • Andre F
    • December 22, 2018

    Food is mediocre which I can tolerate but I ordered a lamb saag and there was no more than teaspoon of meat in it. Informed the waitress who said they will be sending me a portion of lamb. Another server returns with a bowl with 3 small bits of meat in a different sauce. Sent it all back and sat while my guests ate. There are much better places around which serve better Indian food. Credit to the waitress who did her best but I will never be going back.

    • Mj m
    • December 27, 2018

    The food is great. The first margarita I ordered took forever so when I was half way done I order another one thinking it was going to take a while. Well it came before I finished my first drink and the server asked me to hurry up with my drink because they could not place the 2nd drink until I finished the 1st. Must be their policy

    • Stephen Daniel
    • December 29, 2018

    Atmosphere is English pub. Dark woods, high ceiling and an intimate feel.

    Food is primarily Indian with some British influence. The mixed London grill is particularly tasty, but I also enjoyed the yellow curry.

    The menu is not large but changes from time to time. I’m looking forward to my next visit.

    • Johanna Elsensohn
    • January 18, 2019

    The food was excellent. The bar table service was friendly but could have been more attentive but it was busy. I would go back in a heartbeat if I wasn’t disturbed by the seeming glorification of colonialism inherent in the atmosphere and decorations. I don’t know how today’s Indians feel about the former British rule, but I do know that if other subjugations were used to theme a restaurant, they would be villified. If you want to have a restaurant that exemplifies the Indian food scene present in England, great! But change the look please.

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