A good Indian restaurant, combing all the familiar North Indian favourites such as biriani's, bhuna's and dhansak's with dishes giving a modern twist to Indin food.
You might find 'Chargrilled seasonal Fruit Skewers with Mango & Rock Salt'; 'Papaya-marinated Tandoori Goat Tikka with Pomegranate Raita' and 'King Prawn, marinated with Kasundi Mustard and a Orange & Red Onion Salad' listed among the starters.
Perhaps 'Slow-cooked Sussex Lamb Shanks'; 'Jungle Venison Curry' and 'Chili-spiced Calves Liver, Cumin-tossed New Potatoes & Smoked Onion Raita' among the mains.
They claim to use local produce (some organic) whenever possible and all the meat and poultry used has known provenance.
Desserts, such as 'Chocolate Mousse with dark Indian Rum-macerated Raisins' and 'Fruit Tempura with Sauterne & Sussex Cox Apple Sorbet' are made in-house.
Their Sunday Brunch consisting of North Indian 'Street Food', is generally accompanied by a cookery demonstration; and is very popular.
In fine weather you can enjoy a drink, or eat on their pleasant outside terrace.
- Food Style: Indian
- Lunch: Mon-Sat 12.00-14.30, Sun 12.00-15.00; Sunday Brunch £9.95; mains £5.75 to £14.95
- Dinner: all week 18.00-23.00; mains £5.75 to £14.95; Tasting Menu £24.95
- Wine: a concise, but carefully-chosen, list is backed up by lager-style beers and drinks from the Bar
- Children's portions: Yes, when possible
- Nearest station: Ifield Rail
- Directions: See the map at the top of the page
- Air conditioned