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One of the oldest tandoori restaurants in London has had a makeover, with lovely new decor and lighting, but it still offers the same sumptuous Indian cooking that has made it a favourite for nearly thirty years. The light, bright frontage leads into a warm, modern stucco dining room with mocha leather seating and traditional artwork and pierced metal wall lights. The menu includes dishes like starter of birballi lamb chops, main courses of murgh makhani, or one of the many expert tandoori dishes. Add some naan, raita, rice and something from the drinks list, and you'll be glad you made the trip.