It's not just the riverside setting that makes this Hornsey spot a popular proposition. It's located in the Pumphouse, for starters - an iconic north London building dating back to 1903. They've decked out the interior with an aesthetic paying homage to the more lavish sides of the Mughal Empire.
It's a decor that fits the food. The menu ranges from tandoori chicken, peshwari lamb tikka and saffron samosas to chicken jalfrezi, king prawn massala, murgh massala and nizami dum gosht - a north Indian dish of lamb cooked with spices and melon seeds. There's a weeked buffet, too.
The drinks list focuses on mocktails. Expect a 'punchless' pina colada, mojitos made with grapes or strawberry, and a 'solero' - mango juice and syrup mixed with fresh orange and lemon juice. Sweet milkshakes are also available.