Boasting both North and South Indian cuisine, the restaurant has an expansive menu to satisfy every taste. Also, the chefs are extremely willing to modify the pungency level of any dish, to accommodate any tolerance level.
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The staff themselves are very accommodating and polite, providing dining in patrons with a pleasant dining experience.
The prices of the dishes are fair, reflecting the quality and standard being provided.
The restaurant provides a range of trading hours - lunch on Thursdays and Fridays (12 midday to 2:30pm), dinners from Tuesdays to Sundays (5:30pm to 10:30pm), and on Sundays, a special South Indian Brunch (11am to 3pm).
For those of you needing a catering service, the restaurant is even willing to cook the dishes in the kitchen, and then deliver them still hot to the venue at little extra charge(so long as the venue is not too far away). In particular, I recommend the samosas - the restaurant makes a smaller version for catering purposes (not as small as the tiny cocktail samosa, but a very sensible size that is smaller than the norm).
All in all, a most enjoyable time will be had by any diner wanting the true North or South Indian experience. It's the perfect location for that celebratory dinner, special event, or just a quiet night out with friends and family.