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If you are expecting plates of edible fear inspired by Heston Blumenthal’s Gothic Horror Feasts, with thrills like ‘dracula’s blood risotto’ (as seen on TV) , or maybe ‘bhoot ki biryani’ (#hauntedpj) then you should stay at home and watch the episode again. Haunted sticks to a formulaic storyline of invective multi cuisine food playing second fiddle to the restaurant theme (insert pop horror here). The props are thoughtfully attached to motion sensors and run on hydraulics to seem genuinely capricious, at least initially. Mathilda's severed head and howls from under your table that just gets irritating after a while, popping up every time the waiter leans in to serve. The tedium of scares gets particularly annoying as you chew through dried out kababs and unseasoned stir-fries.