I ordered a simple meal - chicken dhansak, tarka daal and keema rice.
An easy staple for any Indian right?
The daal was like water and had little taste. The dhansak seemed to have tomato in it, tasted synthetic and was definately the worst dhansak I have ever tasted. The rice was OK except for the under cooked crunchy onion.
When asked if my meal was OK, I explained (oh so very nicely) that it was not, constructively explaining why. I then asked for the bill as I wasn't going to finish my food because it was so very bad. I had eaten two teaspoons of daal, two table spoons of dhansak and about one table spoon of rice. The waiter just said OK I'll tell the chef.
At no point was I offered my money back or something off the bill.
The full bill was presented. To my eternal shame I paid and left.
DO NOT under ANY circumstances eat here.
Curry from a tin would be nicer.
TO BE AVOIDED AT ALL COSTS!!!!
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