Ordered two chicken dishes, a dal and three naans- the bill?
28 pounds. Not a super value for money start.
Positives start and stop with corteous staff when ordering by phone. Not much else good to say. The Garlic chicken tikka, which I asked to eb dry with no sauce, was in a curry. At 10 pounds per dish, you expect a substantial amount for your money, but the quantity is mediocre at best. The naans are an extortionate 2.25, which baffles me, whilst they are small compared to other restaurants and taste sweet (added sugar?) which is weird. Poor value for money and received a hand-written receipt to top it all off! Albeit the actual curry ( which I didn't actually order) wasn't the usual drab blend of food colorants and generic garam masala with sugar, was nice. The main issue is the value for money, which is disappointing. Honestly, an Indian restaurant overcharging for mediocre naans- disheartening.
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