Good food. We got the Chicken Tikka Marsala and the Butter chicken - mild. The mild head enough heat that it left a slight burn after, but if you like spicy I would suggest getting your meal hot. Everything was very delicious and the building itself was very unique. I went while I was on a business trip and we all wanted to eat there again the next day, however we couldn't get a set soon enough because we were all starving. Would reccomend
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