The menu was as packed with as many tempting sounding dishes as the restaurant was with people, and we didn't hang around in ordering. We went for papad, Masala Vada, Paneer Tikka, and Masala Dosa for starters, and Chicken Chettinad (pepper) and Keerai Kootu (mixed vegetables with Spinach) for mains. For sides we went for basmati and paratha (the table next to us ordering naans didn't know what they were missing), and a couple of beers to warm up.
British food – the food of kings
Japanese food – the food of precision
American food – the food of fun
Italian food – the food of passion
French food – the food of love