Good choice and plenty of it was a complete steal at £12! Went at 8.30 so things a little sparse but offered to get fresh from the kitchen Staff always friendly
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Part of a large group of various tadtes. We had startets and mains. Draught beer had a strange vineg type smell but was replaced with bottled cobra without drama. Food was hot tasty and varied in spice. One of the group felt that there was...More
Have been before and am happy to report that it's just as good. A little oasis in a sea of mediocre. Sorry local shops you need to clean the place up. Use this nice restaurant as a template for how to do it.
Friendly local restaurant with good service. Reasonable parking outside shared with other shops. sit in the soft chairs with a drink whilst your meal is cooked or order for delivery. A must if in the area
It has been at least a year since our last visit, so we tried the buffet. They were busy but had a spare table. The buffet looked like a war zone with very few starters, the onion rings were hard, the chicken wings were pink...More
We visited the Koo-i-noor recently on a Thursday evening. We had booked and were still surprised at how busy the restaurant turned out to be. The menu is fairly typical but is missing all the old standard curries (vindaloo, madras, dhansak, etc); but nor sure...More
Nice restaurant, good food and the Chef special chicken is very good. well balanced flavors and the atmosphere in the restaurant is nice and relaxed!. Service is good. I have to admit, it was a very good meal and a relaxed stay. Well done!!
I have stayed in Bracknell for many years on business and after over a decade was introduced to the Koh-I-Noor this week. I went with a group of about 20 colleagues and was more than pleasantly surprised. This is a fantastic restaurant capable of responding...More