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Way too little to get full. For 6€ also way too expensive in regards to Slovak prices, there is way too little rice even though it is the cheapest ingredient to have. Ambiance is bysmal. Rather go to other Indian places
The food is nice, sometimes a bit bland. Not sure if they're afraid of using chilli or their usual customer doesn't like their food spicy. It's not typical India. The meal consists of soup, rice, salads, some sort of vegetarian sauce and chutney. You can...order extra chapati or different kinds of kofta.More
There is possibility of choosing all you can eat 3 sizes of metal plate: traditional, gurmán or raja. The first is €4, second €5.70, and the third €7. You get to choose from two types of soup. I had amazing pumkin one with coconut milk....The desserts are from €1-€1.50. The vanilla ball tastes great! I absolutely love all the tasty food there. The only minus is that the cups and cutlery do not seem to be always greatly clean. The toilet is above tbe stairs, just right next to the entry - could also be a bit cleaner, especially the door, handle and the floor. Other to that, I am surely coming back, by myself or with friends as they have 4 people tables.More
Unsure of what to expect from single door off street but pleasant surprise as it is in the cellar and nicely decorated. The friendly girl behind the counter helped us to decide. There are set menus but I think you could change things as you...wish. You could also choose portion size which we liked. Fresh water was on each table. I prefer hot rice but mine was only warm so I left that but I ate and enjoyed everything else.More
I went here for a lunch with my friend and even though I think the flavours were overcombinated, it was a great experiment-experience. I liked the style and colors around me - the sense that I'm not in Slovakia:) But one thing I couldn't avoid...to see were the wet spoons. (With drops of water, probably just put out of the washmachine)More