My wife and I enjoyed a meal here in Valentine's week, and despite it being a Saturday night we were able to get a table after say a 20 minute wait enjoying a cocktail at the bar.
We found the staff to be very friendly and the maitre-d was very helpful and efficient.
Starters: Goan Mussels came in an orange coloured broth which was quite spicy - ie. hot. Not for korma-lovers, but I am not one for the hottest thing on the menu and I enjoyed it. The onion bhajis were a bit disappointing. They were not very light and in fact tasted as if they were bought-in.
Drinks - it was disappointing that we could not be served lassi - the Indian drink made of yoghurt, water and salt or sweet addition. It is great for cooling the palate, say from the Goan mussels, and any good Indian should be able to provide it. We were told there was only one person who could make it and he didn't have time.
Mains - chicken chettinad was a sweet pleasant dish including pineapple in the sauce. The okra curry was really fresh, made with either fresh okra (bhindi) or good frozen okra. Lovely. nans were light and good.
Desserts - disappointing that they don't seem to serve any Indian sweets - like kulfi, ras malai or gulab jamon. So we passed on that.
Cost - two cocktails, two starters and mains, a side and a bottle of wine came to £63. Good enough value for a dinner.
Entertainment - there was a girl singer her own, very unusual, cover versions of well-known songs. Call me old-fashioned, but I like them to be closer to the original than what she sang. That's a matter of preference, but Michael Jackson's Billie-Jean never sounded like that.
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