Many good nights eating and drinking here but unfortunately now closed down and empty.the food here was truly awesome and the chef talked to customers.
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Jumped in here one lunch time, £6.95 for a 3 courses. Sat a few minutes before we realised it was a buffet. All the usual suspects. Starters, plenty of various curries, rice, nans etc.... Nothing fancy, nice and clean. Ideal for a bite when your...More
The point in my review is to make others aware of this restaurant, as going by the reviews dating back months on both Tripadvisor and the restaurants Facebook page, the owners neither acknowledge nor care about their customers complaints and concerns. We popped into Sitar...More
Where do I start this place is awful ! Totally disgusted with the food . Cold , hard , dirty plates , dirty table. Toilets oh please don't . Asked to speak to the manger who was so rude and cheeky !! Gave me £3...More
My wife and I had the misfortune to bypass other eateries and tried this buffet, all sauce and no meat in the dishes, no naan, just tiny triangles of brick hard garlic bread, I asked if fresh stuff was due to be replacing what looked...More
Booked a table maybe an hour and a bit in advance but the place was quiet when we arrived as it was still quite early in the evening so you could maybe get a table without much wait if you're there early. My girlfriend had...More
Good choice of food. Very friendly waiting staff and owners. Keen to please and happy to explain what is available. Never had a bad meal in here.
Food over spiced, which I know is subjective,over oiled. Had bhoona, vegetable curry, no doubt made from same sauce. Butter chicken which was no different from a basic korma. Chicken was cut into badly size chunks.