Visited on a Monday night in January and the restaurant was reasonably quiet.
We were greeted warmly by who I presume was the owner/Manager of the establishment.
He seated us, gave us our menus and took our drinks order without delay.
The menu is not your standard Indian fayre, the dishes are of South Indian heritage and sounded really appetizing.
We were unsure on what to have and in what quantity to order so we were recommended dishes to try depending upon our preferences for spicing and for the ingredient (meant, fish etc).
We was recommended to try the Street Food Duck Curry, the whole Seabass special which was stuffed with prawns and a spicy sauce, a paratha bread to share and coconut spinach.
The waiter assured us this would be enough food but if we wanted more we could order it as we went along.
When the food arrived, the quantity was just right as we shared all the dishes & we were grateful for the recommendations.
The waiter/Owner/manager was very helpful and friendly and seemed to really care how we was enjoying our food and evening.
We finished sharing a dessert of banana in a rum caramel sauce with ice cream which was very nice also.
I would 100% return here if I was ever in the area again.
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