Yesterday I had a lunch there finished with bruises and police report. The man (maybe manager or even owner) kicked me for unwilliness to pay wrong bill with mistakes in prices and additional dishes.
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I went to eat in his restaurant i ordered a nan bread to eat with my main meal but I had it as a starter. I told the waiter, he told me it is too late (funny thing is, same thing happened in the table...More
We arrived at 2.35 pm and they accepted us. However they kept on rushing us, from pushing us to order even though we haven't chosen yet, up to the point when we were eating the dessert. They kept saying that the kitchen will close and...More
Outside table in the centre of the town, as appetizer nice naan with suaces, very good Indian vegetable curry, good house wine
The welcoming is short and swift. The selection is classic Indian menu, the butter chicken was good but not exceptional. The dish were normal in quantity. The Naan was good and promptly served upon request for more (freshly baked). Reasonable pricing and quick service. It...More
The food was good. Portions should be more generous. Small bowl with a couple pieces of chicken in sauce is not enough. One waiter was friendly and always smiling. The others not so much. Place was well located near the chateau with a good view.
Maybe ist was because we were the first guests in the evening. The courses followed so quickly that we had little time to relax. The food was good, but not exceptional. It lacked a heater for the main course, it cooled down to quickly.
Tired & hungry, I was thrilled to see they offered take-away (a emporter) ordered palak paneer, dal & nan. When I got back to my hotel, I discovered their palak paneer was actually spinach swimming in a disgusting cheddar cheese sauce and the dal consisted...More
The Maharadja is located next to the castle main entrance. This is probably the only advantage. Although service was fast and kind, food proved very difficult to digest (we all had to do a long night walk to eliminate calories) as dishes were served with...More