We went as a group of 10 on a Sunday night, and the restaurant was pretty much empty. Decor is a little old fashioned, a traditional Indian restaurant if you like. The chairs are sagging with age which I found uncomfortable.
Service was good, being attentive without being intrusive. Sadly, the food was a bit average. My onion bhajis had little flavour, the salad garnish had seen better days, but the problem was with my lamb jalfrezi. Now, I know spice/heat is a matter of taste, but mine had 6 of those hot chillies in a fairly small portion, and it was almost painfully hot - and I like hot food! The actual meat was well cooked, but I couldn't really find the flavour under the heat. My wife's Modha lamb was ok, but very very sweet. It has pretensions of being "Indian fine dining" but it really isn't.
In summary, it's OK, but there are much better restaurants locally. Prices are reasonable though, we paid £25 per head for some starters, a main course each and drinks which isn't bad.
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