We visited on a quiet Monday evening in mid-September. They were about half full, and quickly showed us to an attractive table at the window. Menu has a nice selection of Indian favourites with a few other dishes thrown in. Good choice of Indian beers, many in 22oz bottles.
We had the onion bhaji to start; it came with a mint-coriander sauce. While good, the bhaji's were just a little under done. Our mains were the chicken tikka masala and aloo mattar, served on basmati rice with a side of naan. All were nicely flavourful with a pleasant spicy-ness ( we ordered 'mild' for the DH's delicate palate, and he found that a little fiery). The chicken tikka was wonderfully creamy. We ended up taking about half of it home!
Good value for the price.
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