Vegetarian curry over salted, coupled with discriminatory service.
I arrived alone, asked for a window seat in the main dining area. I was told that it was closed, and was shown a seat in a dark, segragated section of the dining room, facing the washroom sign. Two couples arrived after me without reservations. Nonetheless, they were seated where else? ...in the main dining area.
I was under the impression that it was socially acceptable to dine alone and courteous service in a restaurant was not reserved for 2 or more. The people who run this place need to join the 21st century. Gave a 1 star rating, as 0, just like a window seat for a single diner, was not allowed.
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