One of Lisbon's longest-established Indian eateries, largely playing safe with the Mughlai standards that go down so well with foreign tourists and, increasingly, locals. But it does offer one main dish from former Portuguese India, sarapatel (marinated pork), and one dessert, bebinka, a sort of cross between tiramisu and Portugal's own eggy pudim.
Rua do Norte, 17
|Opening hours:||Noon-midnight Mon-Sat; 6pm-midnight Sun|
|Transport:||Metro Baixa-Chiado. Tram 28|
|Price:||Main courses €9-€12|