A 180-cover gastrodome that fits the dining out template of the new Spinningfields – but its culinary aims are simpler to promote the street food of India’s regions. So the menu features sections called ‘Street Corner’ and ‘Chaat Corner’ as well as ‘Indo-Chinese’, which is what Indians for when they eat out. Alongside for diners who don’t fancy the challenge are Brit-tailored faves – Tikka Masala, Balti, Korma, Madras and the like. Food highlights are the charcoal-grilled lamb chops (£5.95) and Banjari Gosht Rajasthani Laal Maas (£11.95), a tender, aromatic chicken dish with fresh fenugreek and whole red chillis. All this against the backdrop of a huge artwork featuring Agra station.