I came here as this was supposed to have amazing biryani, and it was just OK. It actually tasted slightly dry, and as the order came out so quickly, I wondered if it had been sitting in the kitchen for a while, as some of the rice at the top of the dish was slightly hard. It was tasty, however, with good subtle spices and a good piece of chicken with plenty of meat. Also ordered a paratha which was cooked fresh and was tasty. Service was efficient and friendly. If you are in the area, and you want Indian food, then I would say, check it out, but I don't think its worth trekking all the way out of your way for.
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