My sister and I decided to try this restaurant as one of our DOV picks. The place was almost full when we arrived at 6pm. We were seated quickly and offered a choice of water (tap, sparkling, or bottled). Next we got some roti with chutney. We didn't get around to trying it cuz we were busy talking. We ordered coke and mango lassi for drinks. We noticed that most people were only drinking water. I guess it goes well with the curry for them, but I really wanted to try the lassi. It was creamy and sweet. Very good.
For appetizers, we ordered the chaat tikki and angoori murgh tikka. The chaat tikki was really good. Mildly spiced. Angoori murgh tikka was a bit on the dry side. The chicken pieces were a bit over baked. The salad was nicely presented.
For entrees, chicken chettinad and malika-e-dariya (treasures of the sea) were ordered. They came with rice pulao, lentils and naan bread. The entrees looked small, but acutally when you include the other items, it was enough to satisfy our appetites. The chettinad was really good. It had just the right amount of spiciness. The seafood was okay. Lots of mussles, and prawns, but I found the sauce to be a bit bland after trying the chettinad.
For dessert, we ordered crème de caramel and mango kulfi. Both were amazingly good and beautifully presented. The crème de caramel was one of the best ones I've ever tried. It was like a creme brulee with cream on top. The mango kulfi was good too, but it tasted like a solid version of my lassi drink with pistachio bits.
Service was great. The server came by regularly to check up on us. There was extra staff to take away the dishes and the meal progressed nicely as we didn't have to wait too long between the dishes. Overall, a great dining experience. Will go back again.