The quality of the meals here is quite good. The flavours were robust and did not disappoint. I do wish that they had labelled the menu more accurately though as I ordered the Tikki Masala which had no chilli indication and it was mild-medium spicy. They only rated their Vindaloo with 2 chillies on the menu so that probably should have been an indication. The butter chicken however was not spicy at all and quite lovely. The meals were served very quickly but the wait staff need to be a little more attentive with the topping up of the water glass I feel. We had to wait quite a while before we could get a wait staff's attention to ask for more water.
This restaurant was nice. Ordered chicken vindaloo naaan and mutton pulao. Vindaloo tasted good but was nowhere near what we eat back in India. Naan was good. Instead of mutton pulao they served us chicken but changed it as soon as we notified them. The waiters are korean may be that's why they made this mistake. Overall it was a good break for my family after few days of korean food.
This restaurant was recommended as a change to Korean food, surroundings are fine and the service very good along with some of the food, but other dishes failed to impress, not an authentic taste but an interpretation of what you would normally associate with Indian food. It may be less spicy to meet the local taste but no real kick to the food. However, it provided a evenings meal and something different from either Korean or Westernised eateries.