Very welcoming guy that makes you feel relaxed and good during your stay in the restaurant.
Had a B menu composed by chicken curry, samosa and veggies plus a papadom for two with sauces (maybe i would have asked for a few more id say). plus dessert (semolina something). Prices are more than correct for lunch. We paid 10 euros each + 4 each for a cheese nan (maybe that was a bit overpriced).
The chicken curry lacked a bit of taste. Been to India and often travel to England where there's a lot of Indian great restaurants.
I might come another time for dinner.
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