Take deep-fried starters like pakora, samosa, and onion bhaji, add caramel-coloured sweet masala chai, Bollywood film music and Kama Sutra sculptures; and what do you get? A modest Indian restaurant named Khajuraho with a uniquely Indian romantic ambience. Fresh, fragrant, richly spiced Indian food on an above-average budget. Offering a wide selection of vegetarian options, I can hear the collective vegetarian sigh of relief, as well as traditional meat dishes and British-Indian classics. Impressive bread selection including roti, naan, parata and kulcha, attentive service, and well-sized portions apart from the rice. A strong contender within Moscow’s curry-eating community for best Indian restaurant.