Visited late in May, Sunday mid-afternoon. The 'tapas' are starters in what seems to be an attractive but fairly pricey Indian menu. The decor has clearly been chosen to be upmarket and different from the traditional Indian restaurant, but the food is not (nothing wrong with that).
The starters and main course food were good but not amazing, with presentation rather over-emphasised.
We were one of only two occupied tables in the restaurant on a quiet Sunday afternoon, so it was surprising that service was so slow. In particular, it took about five minutes for the waiter to notice that we were waiting to ask about dessert, and to finish his conversation with the woman at the next table. Such a wait would be forgivable in a rushed situation, but not in a near-empty place.
The desserts themselves were very mass-produced; I do not recommend the pistachio 'kulfi' that has none of the lightness of the traditional recipe, and was unnecessarily gussied up with chocolate dribble (another five-minute wait).
The service was polite, and the restaurant is open at times that other places aren't; apart from those factors and its closeness, nothing to tempt us back.
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