Good first time experience at this restaurant with the other half, service was great and food was decent.
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We found the Hungry Eye through an internet recommendation but on phoning to reserve a table found that it had changed management recently. Any worries that the quality had gone down as a result quickly disappeared when the food arrived... Everything was freshly prepared and...More
We came looking for the Hungry Eye after some drinks in Windsor and found it had changed names to Dhin Chak. It was a lovely evening and we wanted a table outside and as we hadn't booked we were quite happy to wait a few...More
Went in search of this place Saturday evening. The Hungry Eye closed about two months ago.( The website still looks active) It is now the site of the Dhinchak Indian restaurant
We sat outside as it was a sunny day it's when the Windsor restaurants really get a chance to make some money. We enjoyed some excellent starters, good onion bhaji and a chicken tikka which was a more delicate flavour then you get else were,...More
Food was very good along with service part also warm soup on cold day made my date . Recommend to have since India sweet on typical spring day.
The food here is delicious - we have since our visit ordered Take Away a few times which is yummy every time - just wanted to review on here so put previous date of "eating in" Only down side - takeaway - always takes 45...More
A friend had recommended the Hungry Eye and although the restaurant had new owners and is now called Dhin Chak we thought we would try it out. Service was excellent, but not over the top. The wine list is reasonable for Windsor and they serve...More
Booked this restaurant over the phone after looking it up here then couldn't find it. Not surprising a it had overnight turned into a very nice"Indian fusion" restaurant called dhinchak. So be warned, if you expect nepalese food, you won't find it here now.
We were in Windsor on a birthday weekend and didn't know what to eat, so my girlfriend and i had never eaten at a Gurkha restaurant before so decided while away to give it a try..and what a delight it was..the restaurant was busy downstairs...More