I went with much anticipation. The live singing was going on. The lady was a poor singer and it surprised me to find her singing here. The male singer was far better. I hope they are not the regular singers as the previous reviews were all prase for the live music.My guests ordered murgh tawa rayan, which is described as having been voted the best curry in Dubai, mutton keema, mughlai saag, dal makhni and lachcha paratha. The first morsel of both chicken and mutton was simply bursting with flavour but as things progressed, the spices became a bit too much. The dal makhni didn't have the creamy texture. My husband liked saag the best. Kingfisher beer went rather well with the food.Restaurants have started the practise of bringing the card reading machine to the table and the having the waiter ask if one would like to add something to the bill. This is soliciting a tip in front of guests! That too after charging an obligatory 10% to the bill for service.The bill for 4 came to Dhs 420 + tip after perusing the Gulf News voucher whereby 2 dishes were free was not cheap for a food which at the end seemed too spiced and accompanied by singing which was at best second rate.