The Tandoori and Balti cuisine created here are a subtle blend of fragrant, exotic spices combined with locally available fresh foods. All our dishes are created individually for you. While we work to the highest standard and speed, please understand it does take a little longer than everyday fast-foods to prepare this unique cuisine.
When the English born John (who is an ex 60's Rock-n-Roller)and Susie Wright, five years ago, wanted to open a different kind of restaurant, a real East Indian restaurant seemed a sure winner. Both have Indian connections, and no truly East Indian restaurant yet existed in the Windwards. This proved correct as they have since received favorable reviews from the New York Times, The Independent and Sunday Times. A pivotal decision was to bring in Dependra Bahadur as a partner.
Dependra is from Khatmandu in Nepal and he cooks like a angel. His brother has recently come over from Nepal to join the staff.
Rated by R S on 02/17/10 I am local i dine at this restaurant often. Honestly, i like the indian spices simply becaused i am 100% West Indian. However some of the food tasted excellent while some dishes doesn't. Maybe the kitchen is understaff and chief doesn't get enough time to prepared dishes accordinly.
Rated by ann cordey on 11/20/08 We eat at this fab indian every time we revisit st lucia. The food is excellent and the staff friendly and attentive. We must have eaten here 20 times and the meal has always been very good as is the atmosphere. Try to get a table at the front to watch the world go by.
Rated by lisa on 01/24/07 Was served old, cold food. I told the manager and she offered me 'another one' only to be given the same food heated up. I left without eating the food but she still charged me the full price claiming it was 'perfectly good food.'