Once the prerequisite trio of pickled carrots, mint sauce and tamarind sauce came out, we dived into the main events.
I had the Veg Pakoras to start, six of them which was pretty generous. They were nice and crunchy on the outside, but a little chalky on the inside. Wasn’t a huge fan but they filled a gap.
Then onto the medium-spiced Chicken Karahi, my go-to dish when checking out a new curry house for the first time.
It was a decent-sized portion with good flavour, lots of sauce and an odd piece of carrot stuck in it. Should have asked for medium-to-hot spice level though because it was slightly lacking on that front.
So all in all it’s a Brits in Toronto 2/5 stars for the experience.