After 10 days or more of South West France cuisine - which is lovely but can feel a bit "ducky" after a while - this Indian restaurant was a welcome alternative. I don't know if it's the best one in Toulouse and it's not the best Indian food I have ever eaten for certain but it was recommended and was just fine. Interested how others have described it as good value since vs. my local curry house, it certainly isn't - and that's in West London. King Prawn dishes were not as succulent and the wine was unusually more expensive than what we had been paying in other French establishments throughout our holiday. The decor inside is traditionally Indian restaurant like which makes you feel at home; and service was ok - it certainly wasn't slow as others have experienced but it felt a little "slapdash". Large selection of dishes available meat and seafood. And the portions were pretty generous. It won't go down as one of the most memorable meals of our holiday but it was great to have something different and relatively authentic. I want really to give it 3.5. 3 is too low and 4 is too high. It's good but not very good.
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