we loved the lunch buffet at IBN so much we had to come back to try the a la carte menu . . .
we understand the owners come from the Pind, and tho one can see the differences one can also see the similarities . . . Mrs says IBN is now her favorite
something different for a starter in lieu of vegetarian samosas: Mogo . . . strips of casaba grilled very spicy . . . very nice . . .
the total chutney array from top-right, around the clock: pickle, mango, mint sauce, tamarind . . .
garlic naan . . . if one was going to picky, one would have to opine that this is the best naan EVER!
Tandoori Chicken . . .mrs' constant order . . . and one that the Pind always excels at, but now she says "THIS is the best". . .
mixed raita . . .
lamb vindaloo . . . oh, ah, er, is it the best ever . . . I can't say . . . but its'very good, the lamb was so tender I was amazed . . . but the spice was very under control (Tailored to Czech sensibilities, perhaps?) . . . I;ll have to try the lamb biriyani next time . . . .
black daal (Lentils) . . . we alternate between this and yellow (corn) daal at the pind ... and here . . . .very similar, very good.