This is a highly regarded Indian spot with some interesting twists on standard dishes. Not a large place it is almost impossible to secure an evening reservation, but they offer the full menu plus a lunch value menu midday. We did a combo with one lunch menu and several a la carte options with guidance from our server and reviews we’d read.
We were warned repeatedly about the spiciness of several of our orders and this turned out to not be a problem at all. In a general summary nothing really stood out and some seemed to be horribly overpriced (like the suckling pig vindaloo). This is combination to a couple service snafus, like serving our gin and tonic without the gin and not noticing as the server poured the tonic in the glass. The two beginning chutneys were tasty but the meal went downhill from there. I actually forgot to photograph the pushed “bread basket” which really wasn’t needed since several entrees came with breads and the included varieties of naan bread were all cooked to crispness. Londoners may find this to be the ultimate in Indian cuisine but it didn’t pack any punch(the drink they push) with me.