My son took me for Mother's Day and it was busy and buzzing. I had chicken tikka starter which was really succulent and soft. My husband chose the thali and loved the soup which came first. His only comment was there wasn't enough rice to soak up all the curry dishes in the thali, but he is on a diet so we didn't order extra. I gave him some of my pilau rice as the portion was plentiful, but then I have a small appetite these days. My son and I both chose the Khozi Varutha chicken curry which was hot....I asked for medium, so next time will ask for mild! I loved it as can take a hot curry but I didn't want to set off my head cold again as I was just recovering. It was too big for me and they happily boxed it for me to take home. My husband had the vermicelli pudding which came with the thali and it was very nice (I had a spoon). I had gulaab jamun and son had pistachio kulfi. The poppadoms were unusual and went down well. The house wine was fine.
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