This spacious restaurant is steadily carving out a reputation for relaxed and contemporary Indian dining. The look is clean cut; beyond big plate glass windows, with a Nepalese spin with injections of warm colour and authentic brassware and art pieces. Their chef has the kitchen purring like a well-oiled machine, while front-of-house staff are genial and knowledgeable. Well-executed favourites are here aplenty, samosas, pakoras, tandoori dishes and curries in please-all degrees of heat and spice but it’s the specialities from the chef’s native Nepal which draw those hankering after the tastes of those gap year travels, or seeking a reminder of home. Momo, dumplings stuffed with minced chicken or vegetables and fried or steamed pair beautifully with the gentle freshness of a tomato and sesame dip, while seafood mains such as Punjabi machli,juicy red snapper respond equally well to the signature subtlety in the use of herbs and spices. Lunchtime brings a choice of thalis, king prawn, chicken, lamb or vegetarian.
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