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Moti Mehal = now Flavours of India

PDiggy | Oct 15, 201312:58 PM     8

I know that some of you liked Moti Mehal like I did and were very curious about its renaissance as Flavours of India - I went to the rebranded resto last weekend. From the outside it looked ominous because there are big signs in the window advertising the curries, which can seemingly cheapen a place, but once when you look at the menu you'll breathe easy - most of the items are back with a few subtractions and a few additions. In terms of décor the interior has had a slight colour change too and the tables/chairs have been replaced (I think the floor is new too), but it feels more or less the same.

The Pakistani influence on the menu has been replaced with South Indian cuisine (i.e. the appetizers include Idlis now) but the food I had (Channa Samosa and Butter Chicken Thali) was on the whole quite tasty, I was pleased! Most dishes are even slightly cheaper than the days of Moti Mehal. Plus they deliver on orders over $30. I'll be going back!

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