Stepping into the wood-paneled room, with tables draped in white cloths and a ceiling tented with a large Indian-print carpet, you may feel like you've entered a British officers' club from the late 1800s. During the day the clientele seem to be mostly embassy and foreign-service workers, which just adds to that atmosphere. At night it changes over to a mix of neighbors and tourists dining their way through the offbeat menu that's half Italian and half Indian. For those in the mood for spice, a half-dozen curries are on offer (the fish and prawn curries are the stars). For something milder, pasta is the thing, and the excellent lasagnas are the house specialty. The waitstaff are trained to sell, and can sometimes seem a little pushy.
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