I’d ordered the chicken, keema, vegetable as my three choices, and the deeply rich sauces, containing that perfect note of rising spiciness, gave the sense that they had been carefully prepared by experienced chefs. The chicken was plentiful and the vegetables filling and perfectly prepared. The tandoori chicken was soft, oily, and spicy, and fell off the bone (can be hit and miss in some places but this was spot on). The thing that stuck out the most, however, was the paratha (parotta). It was thick, soft, fluffy, perfectly oliy, and piping hot. Combined with the curry sauce, I was in heaven. As we had the 'okawari' option, we went for two more after we’d demolished the first portions. I managed to get through my second and half of my dining partner’s (it was a step too far for her), and I went about ripping the remaining strips off it and going at the sides of the katoris in search of the last remnants of sauce. I would seriously just go back to the place for the paratha. It really was that good.
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