Further to the earlier story here with the menu for the Indian restaurant behind the church on Darsena 1. We tried out the restaurant last night.
We were eating pretty early at around 9pm so it was quite quiet. It got a few more customers in by the time we left.
They do a set meal for around 11 euros but we chose some things off the menu. We had two types of kebab as starters (sheesh & shami). We then had a chicken shaslik, a chicken jalfrezi some mushroom rice and a peshwari nan. They also brought us two poppadoms with three types of sauce to go with them.
The place does not have much atmosphere so it is probably better to go there as a group rather than as a couple. It is very simple and not very posh. However it was clean and the service was efficient and friendly.
The food was pretty good and the price was reasonable. The peshwari nan was quite thin so was more like a coconut chapati. Apart from that everything was pretty much as you would expect for an Indian restaurant.
The bad news is that when I was chatting to the waiter he said it would probably close once the summer season is over. So if you want to try it out you may have to go there reasonably soon.
I forgot to ask whether they do takeaways but my guess is that they would if you asked for it.