Although there are quite a few Indian restaurants in the Netherlands nowadays, I have yet to impressed. Most of them in Amsterdam are pure and simple tourist traps, while the ones in the periphery usually serve bland, Europeanised dishes.
Tandoor looks clean, spacious and neat for an Indian restaurant. It has a semi-open kitchen, that is: you can see the tandoori oven behind a glass wall.
The appetizer that we had, onion bhajee, was quite edible but not the crunchy ones that we'd expected. The main dishes, chicken masala and palak paneer, were both very tasty. Especially the chicken masala was lip-smackingly good, reminding me of the best Indian dishes I'd had in nearly authentic Indian eateries in Southall, London.
The staff was remotely friendly, but tolerable. More to our liking was the bill: 50 Euro including beer and tea.
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