i would definately recommend this restuarant to those who wana taste indian cuisines. the food is great portions are big ambience is nice.
The restaurant was Very close to my hostel. All of the staff spoke English and were Very friendly. The menu was great and the prices were affordable. I had Chicken Tikka Misala which was a little spicy and together with plain naan and rice it Made for a good evening meal.
Unexpectedly, there are Indian dishes in Jeju Island. There are not many people in this restaurant. Basically, tourists eat barbecue. I like to be quiet and come to this restaurant specially. The waiter is Korean and the service is very warm.
This is an Indian restaurant. The chefs in the kitchen seem to be Indians. The restaurant environment is not very comfortable, it is hot, and there are many types of food choices. I ordered chicken curry and samosas, and the taste is good. Not special.
The trip to Jeju Island ended successfully Iberico pork noodle soup was light and tasteless, dark fried noodles, I went to the seafood pot...not amazing I accidentally ate it three times every time I ate it, I protested against the pickles, garlic and chili. Onion, yellow radish, sweet and spicy raw octopus...I have been mixed in the world for too long and moved to the idea of having an Indian meal. Welcome me, this first dinner guest. The wall next to the seat next to the window is decorated with elegant Jeju mascots. There is a huge embroidered Indian elephant with a raised nose. It welcomes guests and Korean waiters frequently add water. My lettuce salad Masala Chicken Tika Masala Chicken and Naan (Indian naan), fresh to the verdant lettuce, the refreshing fruit vinegar sauce is very appetizing, tear off the scones, dipped in the slightly spicy masala sauce, the taste is superb, a full meal, and the guests are also seated in Rajmahal. Disappoint me~