After the explosion of regional-Indian and pan-Indian restaurants over the past few years, Anglow fields Anglo-Indian cuisine in Khan Market. The décor is dimly lit and suitably appointed to evoke a clubby Raj-era vibe. The playlist was set to late-90s ‘break-up’ songs when I visited. Anglow’s menu is full of classics like 'Kedgeree' (anglicized version of, you guessed it, Khichdi) and 'Mulligatawny Soup' (derived from Milagu - pepper in Tamil- rasam). I kicked off with a platter of 'Spiced Meat Deviled Scotch Eggs' – its minced mutton and potato casing quite dry and filling brusquely seasoned; 'Shami Kababs' – also a bit dry but tasty; 'Fish Cake' - Crunchy Okra – julienned batter-fried Bhindi; 'Konkani Fried Chicken' – tender and moreish. A small bar plate of 'Curry Powder Straws' was served with a molten cheese dip. The 'Mille-Feullie' straws burst with masala but were nearly burnt on the top and almost raw strips of dough in the middle. I requested my main of 'Mutton Railway Curry to be served' with 'Malabar Paranthas'. It was a delicious curry, with deft spicing and tender pieces of mutton.