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The meal was very disappointing in terms of the flavours.
Pretty average food. Didn’t live up to the hype. Strange service; waiter didn’t seem to know anything about the menu / didn’t serve us the wine / was generally slow service.
The ambience is quiet and serene with a simple background music of cutlery tinkering. Items on buffet is not versatile but taste is so good 😊 you will notice in no time the dishes are getting finished.
Ambience was great! Great paintings on the wall. Food was not on par for a Michelin star restaurant. Attention to detail was lacking. Things like the salad onions were dry, papads were half baked. Rotis were not the best.. two curries we ordered were rich but cloyingly so.. the kothimbir vadi was good and the condiments along with it were great, except for the salsa. The vadi does not go with the salsa.. either something like taziki or a mint chutney.. not sure if we caught them on the wrong day, they were catering to a big party outdoors... Overall not worth my penny!
Nice presentation of food Sweet Lassi was more like salty lassi but nevertheless tasted fine
Lovely family meal, excellent service, super starters and main courses
Good meal enjoyed the evening Wine was a little slow in coming at the start
My rating is in relation to the fact that this is a one Michelin star restaurant and thus capable of charging atrocious prices for very average food. To be honest, I have better food in Little India for 1/10th the price. The service left much to be desired for, I had to remind them that we had ordered drinks 3 times. The starters were good, but again for an 'apparently prestigious' restaurant will not remain memorable. The main dishes - I can definitely cook better dishes at home and I am not even a trained chef. The only redeeming factor of the evening were the deserts. I will definitely not be going back, and anyone looking for decent Indian food, you can find better fare at much lower prices. The Song of India is overpriced, underwhelming in taste and overwhelming on your wallet .
The Restaurant cancelled dinner table few hours before. Not happy
Great food. Excellent service. Highly recommend the flambé leg of lamb.