Although I have called it an Indian restaurant, it is actually a Nepalese restaurant, not that you will find much difference, as the menu covers your old favourite Indian dishes plus just a few Nepalese ones.
It is a nice place to be, the service was very good, everyone was attentive and polite.
As for the food, there were only 2 of us, so we did not get the chance to try many different dishes.
We began with spicy and plain pappadoms, plus assorted chutneys, the onion salad is a must. Starters were a large platter of tandoori kebabs served on a sizzler with a bed of onions, all were nicely presented and tasted well spiced, above average.
Mains were chicken jafreze, lamb shank, pilao rice, keema naan and garlic naan.
The lamb shank was not very spicy, I suspect it was made milder for for English tastes, even though I had explained that I ate lots of home cooked Indian/Pakistani food and could take a hotter dish . It was nicely cooked and pleasant enough, just not that exciting on the taste buds. The jalfrezi was hotter, as it should be, but the sauce, although much hotter than mine, had a very similar flavour and appearance. Naans were very good as was the rice too. I will probably visit in a larger group next time to see if some dishes really are different.
To sum up. nice place, very good service, decent but not exceptional food, however, far better than many local places which are awful.
For fantastic Nepalese food, an absolute gastronomic delight, try the Gurkhas at Desborough, see my review.
PS prices were low as I used a 2 for 1 card.
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