Starting to develop into a chain (see below); this might well turn out to be the curry equivalent of Wagamama. An Indian brasserie, sums up the general atmosphere and aims.
You can snack cheaply on the likes of 'Sev Puris' and 'Masala Burgers'. Have a one-course meal, such as 'Chicken Madras Noodles' or be bolder and have a full three course meal.
Popular mains include ' Lamb Vindaloo'; 'Prawn Malai' and various Thalis (probably their most popular item).
There have been recent complaints about the quality of some of the raw ingredients used - the chicken in particular. But all in all, a fun place to eat.
They have other branches around London.
- Food Style: Indian
- Lunch: Mon-Fri 12.00-15.00; Sat 12.30-23.00; Sun 12.30-22.30; set L from £8.50 (2 courses); main course curries from about £11; Thali's from about £9
- Dinner: Mon-Fri 17.30-23.00; Sat 12.30-23.00; Sun 12.30-22.30; set early D - before 18.30 - £8.50 (2 courses); mains from about £11; Thali's from about £9
- Seats: 105
- Wine: a concise list, has modest mark-ups, is backed up with good lager-type beers
- Children's portions: Yes, special menus for children of under 7
- Wheelchair access: Yes
- Nearest station: Tube: Camden Town
- Directions: See the map at the top of the page
- Parking: Street parking
- Closed: some Bank Holidays
- Air conditioned