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Very poor service Head waiter is running like a headless chicken on a floor
Twice serve wrong dish and forgot abt our naan after ten minutes when we ask abt our naan he said five more minites or pay u bill and go
We had the chicken masala with rice and garlic naan ! We were both disappointed that the restaurant did not serve beer which to me a curry without a beer is unimaginable I won’t touch it ! The service was fantastic and very quick the...food came out nice and hot and the garlic naan was amazing ! The chicken was a little dry and I could of done with more sauce with the curry itself but not a bad first experience of the ‘Paris Version Curry’ - I won’t be back in a rush thoughMore
I am born Indian, live in Canada these days. I don’t normally post this about places. However, I felt racism at this place by my own kind (it’s sad).
I went here with my wife. We ordered tap water, chicken curry with bread. I said...we will keep one menu for now. The server took both menus (rude). He came back, and took my plate (rude ). I asked why did you take the plate, he replied “Sir, coz you only ordered for one”. You order two and I will bring the plate back. (Rudeness on cloud 9).
We cancelled our order and attempted to leave, and he asked us to pay for water and sprite (8€).
PLEASE THINK TWICE BEFORE GOING!
Read: If you are not brown, this may not apply to you.More
They are the most cheap people I have ever seen ! U cannot place an order without having to PAY DOUBLE the original price you were gunna pay. Not only that they are also liars and extremely rude/UNPROFESSIONAL - the manager faked being an employee...for the sake of his “reputation”. PLEASE DONT GO THERE , U WILL REGRET ( in the pic he was trying to hide his face, not his fault it’s the management)More
I’ve been to a lot of Indian/Pakistani restaurants on different continents but the food here is very poor.
Very very expensive for the 1 out of 10 quality. You don’t mind paying the price if the quality is good but that’s not the case here....3 adults came to €80 and we just had basic stuff nothing fancy or starters etc just main courses. In fact it was 2 lamb karahis (tiny portions) 2 cheese naans, 1 normal naan(which wasn’t a naan at all) 1 chicken biryani and 3 soft drinks.
When we ordered the waiter told us we hadn’t ordered enough as portions are small so we ordered more. He asked me where I was from so I told him from the UK and he said food here is different from UK.
Anyway all the food was tasteless.
The cheese naans seemed good but the standard naan was firstly not a naan at all but a thicker chapati, and worst of all one side of the flour was gone off!
The staff were polite to us but other than that not really an Indian or Pakistani decent food.More
This is second time i viait this restaurant, the food is test less ! They's swearing it's fresh but I doubt! I don't like the way that they deal with their customers! Even the bill was having a lot of mistakes , I really feeling...fed up with such restaurant that they act it's unmeaning fault! There's a guy will take you to the place he's smoking a cigarette! No respect! Nothing is good in this restaurant, i'm not that tough or evaluate badly but i shocked how the owner doesn't read the commnet on the websites or On Tripadvisor to improve his business! It's shameMore
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