This tiny Indian restaurant on Shepherd’s Market serves good food but I do wonder how a restaurant here keeps going, as there’s only space for about 20 covers at a push. And, on a Friday night – when you’d expect it to be busy – our party of three was seated immediately.
Service can be somewhat hostile, although our waiter softened a little after I said dhanyavad (thank you) a couple of times, last night.
We paid £30 each (£90 total) for a selection of starters and mains to share which included bhajis, mutter paneer, peshwari nans, chapattis, rice, a king prawn special curry, chicken dhansak and two bottles of wine. There was more food than we could eat so very reasonably priced.
~ Lardbutty rating: 3 / 5
~ Type: Indian
~ Address: 2b White Horse Street, London
~ Postcode: W1J 7LB
~ Nearest tube station: Green Park
~ Website + menus: n/a
~ Location: New Taj Mahal map
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