Harden's survey result
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The “wonderful and imaginative cuisine” matches the snazzy contemporary décor at this Indian duo, in a basement off Trafalgar Square and near Bank, which scored well across the board this year. “Praise was unanimous in our party of 30”; “we love this place!”
“Delicious pimped-up Indian food” is served in a “cool and slick”, “night-club-vibe” setting at this conveniently sited duo, with locations just off Trafalgar Square and Bank: “not cheap but value for money”.
The low profile of these designer Indians – in a “dim-lit” basement near Trafalgar Square, and near Bank – is at odds with the big sums lavished on their slick décor; feedback is thin but upbeat – the food’s “not cheap” but “very well prepared”, and they serve “great bar snacks along with full meals”.
These slick and ambitious designer Indians – in a basement near Trafalgar Square, and in the City – are certainly a “step up from most curry houses”; the level of survey feedback they inspire, however, is now very modest compared to their glory days.