Located just outside the city centre of Birmingham, in Hall Green, I honestly feel it's a hidden gem. Owned by Aktar Islam who's quite famous round here for food, he owns a few places in Birmingham so I was a little apprehensive as to what it would be like. However, I knew it had to go on the blog, as soon as I stepped inside. I loved the interior, it's quite small and intimate and the waiters were so friendly. The decor is fantastic, with photos from India surrounding you.
Now on to the food. I basically wanted the entire menu, but Chris talked me out of it. We finally decided on the Pani Puri and Samosa Chaat to share and sat and drank our beer whilst we waited for it to cook. As you can see, priced at like £3 each you get so much for your money, and it doesn't lack in taste either. I didn't want it to end.
South Indian Thali
For mains we had both gone for a Thali dish, me the South Indian (salmon) and Chris had the Nawabi Kebab. Mainly because they sounded fun (you get like 5 parts to your meal!) and a little different to the usual curries you get in Indian restaurants (they do these as well, if you wanted them). The flavours were amazing, my salmon was cooked to perfection and Chris said all of his meat was tender and had great flavouring.
Nawabi Kebab Thali - not pictured is the massive naan bread it also came with!
All of this food and our drinks came to under £40. Bargain if you ask me, and we'll definitely be going back.
*We paid for our own meal and Raja Monkey did not know I would be reviewing. All opinions are my own.