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Sitaaray
167 Drury Lane
011 44 207 269 6422

The "unashamedly kitsch" Sitaaray (meaning stars in Hindi), on the ground floor of the same building as Tamarai, is doing even better than its celeb studded neighbour according to our scout. She says "Bollywood is much easier to achieve than 'super stylish'." Rohit Khattar (of Chor Bizarre in Mayfair)'s cinematically inspired spot is a tasty authentic North Indian Grill. At dinner, a set price of £18 per person (all you can eat) includes popaddams, chutneys, salads, a wide choice of meat, fish and vegetarian kebabs (such as lamb Kakori, minced lamb combined with papaya; yam Galouti, shallow-fried yam subtly spiced with cardamom, black pepper and cloves; Methi chicken curry) and of course dessert, such as pistachio Kulfi Faluda from chef Deepinder Sondhi. Retro revolving lights, photography of Indian cinematic icons by photographer Gautam Rajadhyaksha and individual booths dedicated to different film genres with screens showing memorable scenes and songs set the stage around 75 years of Hindi film.

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