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A trendy modern take on traditional Indian cuisine in this light and airy Fulham Road restaurant. Specialities include regional Indian dishes as well as examples of the current vogue for Anglo-Indian food. An innovative menu with a mixture of old favourites and interesting and more unusual dishes on offer. What's cooking? Memsahib's lamb cutlets, Kachi lamb biriany, Country Captain (an Anglo Indian dish of chicken breasts braised with spices) as well as Tandoori and traditional dishes such as Rogan Josh, Madras and Korma curries.

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448 Fulham Road, Fulham, London, SW6 1DL

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Based on 18 reviews
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