Tremendous Indian restaurant with a proper range of mild to spicy. I had chicken vindaloo and it really hit the spot. Drinks are limited though but overall highly recommended.
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Dropped by for the reasonably priced "early bird" menu (17 euro) with onion bhajis, a nice and spicy prawn madras, nan bread. service efficient. Pleasant atmosphere.
On a recent trip back to Dublin I arranged to meet a friend and both being fans of Indian we decided to give this a go. Being a Thursday evening the restaurant was quiet, in fact there was only one other table occupied when we...More
We love Indian food and this place turned out to be a hit. We had lamb curry and garlic naan, and my wife also had the Lenten soup. Everything was fantastic and if we had time we would go back. The service was good --...More
Dimly lit,menu that says set price but beware hidden extras. Cobra at over six euros? Really?? Service quick but it was nearly empty. Chicken was very dry in Korma sauce
Have visited for lunch. Food was okay. Main course was good, I have requested spicy veg and they made it that way. Though, I did not like the starter onion bhaji, it was very big and seems not cooked fully.
The food was fine but nothing special. The service was terrible, people left standing for up to five minutes when they walked in, and then very slow to serve the food. The waiters were arguing between themselves and this affected the atmosphere. Wouldn't return.