Decided to drop in early evening after food shopping. At that time not many tables occupied but it gradually got busier.
Opted for Grand Kashmiri Buffet at £10.95. Included popadums/pickles on arrival (good selection of about 8 dishes from gentle raita to fierce lime pickle), then a dish of starters (lamb chop, chicken, onion bhaji and veg pakora) then main courses from the buffet.
Plenty of choice from amongst a dozen domes varying in strength and style. Something for all. Particularly enjoyed the Veg Korma and Chicken and Lamb dishes. All kept fresh and not drying out like so many buffets. A freshly made naan of our choice was brought to the table. Lovely.
They have a £2.00 surcharge for those folk whose eyes exceed their stomach capacity to discourage waste. Absolutely nothing to criticise. If you've still got room there was a selection of sweets. Total blowout.
Then there's the building. A stunning old church makes for a much more pleasing ambiance that the usual Indian restaurant. This place is special and will impress guests.
Staff were attentive and made sure you were comfortable with what you were eating. Service not really tested as it was quiet when we arrived. Expect it would be fine even if busier.
Altogether a very pleasant dining experience which we will repeat soon.
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