Good food but a bit too pricey for Sofia standards. I've had Chicken Khaltada which is advertised very, very spicy and it wasn't. Before placing order requested to be done as spicy as they do in India or Pakistan and the dish came out with dry chilli peppers sprinkled all over. I would expect freshly cut chilli or some extra spices added to the dish. Madras curry was good as expected so it was cucumber raita. Service was good, english spoken waitress, good selection of wine however Bulgarian wine overpriced. The cheapest bottle was for nearly 30 levas. All in all good place with solid food, nice service and cozy atmosphere.
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