Before you go in you're greeted with signs in the corridors telling you the Indian chef cooked for presidents but that's where the excellence ends and the mediocrity begins. There has been a Cacaja near the Big Pagoda for some time and has been fairly popular despite not coming up to Western curry standards in any way. The portions are merely adequate, the taste bland to average and the nan bread often rather anaemic (as is perhaps the Chinese preference with their fear of all things charred) The Kadai is probably the best choice out of the main dishes, while the Samosas are chunky and generously filled.
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