Three of us called in on a Sunday night, everything else was closed or crowded out. The menu is very impressive, as extensive as anything you would find in Delhi. The chef is apparently from Kolkata, though the staff appear to be mostly Punjabis and the menu has a distinctively northern India look. We had Rogan Josh (lamb of course, a "beef" rogan josh is offered but I doubt such a dish is ever served in India, even now), Fish Madras, (boneless fish stewed with coconut cream and desiccated coconut) and Paneer Tika. We had plain rice and plain naan to accompany and raita, this last dish being the only disappointment. In response to local tastes raita is made in a sweetened version, even tho the menu say it is the traditional plain yogurt/grated cucumber/carrots/spices etc. If you know and like a traditional cooling raita with spicy food, make your wishes known, I am sure the very friendly and charming staff will oblige. The naan were excellent, and there was plenty of food for three. The desert menu featured Gulab Jamun and Mango Kulfi, but we were too full to indulge. A truly delicious and authentic offering of good India food in Greytown, the locals are fortunate to have such a good Indian restaurant.
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