I came upon this restaurant by chance - and craving some spice after a few days in a country known for its hostility to spices, I decided to give it a try.
The atmosphere was a bit shabby, but I hoped that this would be made up for with some well-spiced food. I was disappointed. The samosas had less spice than Cornish Pasties. Their pastry was perfect, but the filling had no flavor - not even a pronounced potato flavor. It was served with plain yogurt and a sauce that tasted like ketchup with a bit of water and a hint of spice. The lamb roganjosh also disappointed. The meat itself was of excellent quality - but the sauce was a glorified tomato sauce. Fortunately, I had ordered it spicy, so it came with at least a hint of spice (but still would have been called mild in many other countries).