Time Out Says
We were sceptical, we admit, about the premise of the general theme of this eatery, being ‘authentic Indian food, straight from the UK’. Inside, you’ll find pictures of iconic London buses, post boxes and, funnily enough, a poster of the film Brick Lane. This may produce a yearning for chicken tikka masala, but you’ll be missing out if you stick to what you know from this menu. Go slightly off piste and try the Goan chicken curry – you won’t be disappointed. Wonderfully spiced, with hints of lemon and cardamom pods, it isn’t as creamy as you might expect, but it packs a punch in sheer freshness. Elsewhere, the sag aloo is perfect – think equal doses of spinach and delicately spiced potatoes. You may find the sag gosht a little heavy, but the lamb is beautifully cooked and combines well with a chicken dish.
By Time Out Dubai staff | 21 Apr 2014
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