The food is tasty but little oily. Items not worth value as portions are small. Indian bread making needs improvement as its hard and elastic.
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Visited twice during our stay at the nearby Hilton Garden Inn and on each occasion enjoyed very tasty food at reasonable prices, coupled with friendly service. Popular with locals which is usually a good sign.
Me and a friend went there for lunch. We chose a different Thali dish each. Everything on the plate was good honest, well seasoned food. With papadums as a starter and a big bottle of water we paid 37 euro. Definitely a 'visit again' experience...More
Quite small friendly restaurant. I went alone twice while staying on a business trip and enjoyed a good meal with starter, main and a beer. I would go again.
Facilties are very basic, but the food is great. Fairly big menu with a significant number of specialities. Lots of locals on a Monday night. Excellent value for money. Papadums, chicken main course, rice pilaf, nan and two beers (Cobra) 20 EUR.
We live in the neighbourhood and discovered this place over a year ago, since then we dine there approximately once a month. Every time is a new discovering and a pleasure. Their menu is vast enough to vary, for almost every dish there is a...More