Having eaten a lot of Indian food over the previous few days, but still wanting something other than the ubiquitous ‘international’ offering elsewhere, we found this place. It’s setting is fab and the room really quite progressive and unlike other places in the city.
The menu was diverse and they are obviously proud of their sourcing and ethical approach. The food was enjoyed by all of us (including three not always adventurous children of 14, 11 and 9). The ravioli and schwarma were particularly good.
The only drawback was a bit of a lack of atmosphere.