A splendidly decorated and good Indian restaurant, housed in the chapel of what was once a Victorian boys home. On entering, you might be amazed by the murals, depicting Michelangelo's Creation of Adam.
On the food front, they offer an ambitious menu, while dishes from all over the sub-continent - not just the region of Calcutta. Some dishes include the likes of Gressingham duck, lobster and monkfish - and are treated in an Anglo-Indian style.
They offer a larger selection of desserts than that normally found in Indian restaurants - including 'Mango Brulée', 'Sticky Toffee Pudding' and 'Pannacotta with Strawberry Coulis' - as well as a few Indian desserts.
The present management only took over in the autumn of 2008 (when the name was also changed from Moghul Palace), but first indications are very positive.
- Food Style: Indian
- Lunch: all week, 12.00-14.30; mains about £7 to £22; Sun Buffet £12.95 (children under 10 £6.95)
- Dinner: all week, 18.00-23.30; mains from about £6 to £22; Thali's from £12; set D from £17.95 per person (min 2 people)
- Seats: 100
- Wine: a concise list is backed up by good lager-style beers
- Nearest station: Milton Keynes Rail
- Directions: See the on this page
- Parking: Yes
- Air conditioned