Located in the Taj Campton Place Hotel is this good sized place serving California/Indian cuisine. It received its second Michelin Star in 2016 and thus you can expect a certain amount of service. We visited at lunch where they offer a 2 or 3 course tasting menu with a few supplements available.
At dinner they have a much bigger menu, but even at lunch they rolled out the champagne cart with lots of expensive bubbly options. The food was all quite tasty but I would have liked a bit more of it. If you go often you’d be able to order more successfully depending on your hunger level as some options are very generous and others are on the skimpy side.
We started with a tasty amuse bouche of foamed apple and avocado and it set a good tone.
The waiter strongly endorsed the lobster first course so I tried it, but it was a supplement cost. The waiter had to come back and find out if I wanted a large or small amount of lobster and I’m guessing it came with differing costs but these weren’t detailed. I opted for the smaller portion. It was served with a wonderful coconut curry sauce and puffed rice. It was delicious. My husband had the curried shrimp naan and it was also scrumptious. Both starters had good combinations of strong flavors.
For a main course I had the lamb naanwich which was like a grilled sandwich filled with lots of seasoned ingredients and a perfect yogurt sauce. It came with a side salad of greens, blackberries and walnuts. I’m not sure it blended particularly well but it was very good on its own. My husband had the Liberty duck samosa that was served with pear, tomato and cucumber line up. It had a fun crispy exterior and was filled with tasty stuff. We chose to have just 2 courses and skip dessert as we knew a big meal was coming at dinner. Also though none of the dessert choices really spoke to me.