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The first Indian restaurant that I went to was at a mall in south Delhi, where there was a very nice Muslim chef there. I got their special menu and his special dish.

You can see the ingredients on his side of the table. It's really tasty!

My friend also got a vegetarian dish and I tried their recipe and liked it.

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My girlfriend and I ate here on a Friday night and the restaurant was so quiet and the food was amazing. The portions were amazing and the service was amazing. The owner is an awesome host, and I would come back here again in the future.