We stopped after going to John o' Groats at this amazing place. The food was amazing, I recommend if you are passing through. They are open for lunch and dinner.
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I decided to get a takeaway one evening we visited this place about 6pm (it opens at 5.00pm although that is difficult to ascertain looking at their takeaway menu). As I started to ascend the staircase with the shiny stair carpet and passed the hole...More
I'll start with the positives. The Spice Tandoori is clean, nicely decorated and the staff friendly and helpful. Service was quick and attentive. The food however was disappointing - the rice was dry and tasted as though it had been reheated and the curries were...More
The madras and rice wi chips and nan bread was beautiful, it was so hot I could still taste and smell it in the morning - I would 100% recommend this place to anyone and the owner was very funny and friendly
Through a little door and up a winding staircase you come out into a surprisingly spacious and pleasant restaurant. Standard tandoori/curry menu but with one or two interesting items. The food standard was good, and the fact that there were several customers on a weeknight...More
This Indian restaurant produces a very good plate of Asian food and one that I will use again . It is a reasonable size and can cater for groups
We had a lovely meal here on our visit. The menu is comprehensive and also offers European food the portions were so big we ended up taking them with us. Excellent quality and well worth the price.
Came in and was initially ignored after making eye contact with two staff members before being told to sat down in the small waiting area for a couple minutes though the restaurant wasn't too busy (standard protocol apparently as every seems to be told to...More