After visiting another Indian restaurant in Bowness-on-Windermere, we decided to visit here for a change. Going in the restaurant, it was a bit strange as there is seating downstairs but the main seating is upstairs so we were waiting for a bit for a waiter to take us up there. However they did provide great service giving us plenty of time to order and in between courses and they brought the drinks out straight away and the restaurant itself was a relaxing setting. I ordered the trio of samosas as a starter which I thought was a great idea as I can never decide what samosas to choose. There were 4 samosas for some reason (more the better though) and it was a chicken, lamb and vegetable selection but they tasted really good. I'm not sure what my husband had, it was a kind of chapatti wrap and I think it was chicken inside but he said it was good. He ordered a lemon lamb curry with lemon basmati rice and I ordered a lamb, cauliflower and chickpea curry (think it was called kabuli) with plain basmati rice and we got a garlic naan to share. I liked that the naan was cut into quarters when it came out so it made it less messy for us to divide it and it tasted great. My husband enjoyed his curry although I thought it was too lemony for me. I liked my curry, it had a good flavour and the chickpeas were soft although the cauliflower was a tiny bit crunchy. The only thing we would have changed is that we would have both got chicken as we didn't think the lamb tasted like lamb and more like mutton which is not a flavour I like much of. Prices were fairly reasonable, 2 starters, 2 curries, 2 rices, 2 waters and a naan came to £40. Probably would visit again and try something different when we return to the Lakes.
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