Tatler Magazine"If you’re after authentic North Indian and Bengali food, you’ve come to the right place. Run by Calcutta-born self-taught chef Asma Khan, what started out as an enormously popular supper club for 12 at her home has now opened in the form of a buzzing restaurant at the top of Kingly Court. No one in the all-women kitchen is a trained chef – instead, they all learnt from their grandmothers, so you can expect glorious home-style dishes, like slow-cooked Bengali goat curry and spiced tiger prawns in coconut milk. The menu changes every eight weeks to reflect the seasonality of British vegetables (no limp, jetlagged okra here), and cheery Asma is usually on hand in the open kitchen, greeting every diner who walks in. Throw away that grubby takeaway menu – this is Indian food as it should be eaten."