Me and my partner visited for a meal on a friday night. Was very busy and a good atmosphere. Service was good and food was presented very well. Starters were great and well cooked but not as impressed with our mains. My partner ordered a chicken madras( hot) which was tasty but more like a casserole than a curry. I ordered a jalfriezi which is advertised as HOT on the menu. It was only hot if you chewed one of the many green chillis in the sauce. It was tasty but the spice should come from the blended sauce and not raw ingredients. May return and perhaps try something extremely spicy but appears to be a place to attract the part time curry eaters and not the purists. Was very busy though but I expect the service brings people back; unfortunately I had to turn down the complimentary brandy as I was driving..
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