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We came here for a family meal. Food was good but the service was very slow. We were sitting a long time before they took our order as the owner was working that night and insisted that he could only take orders for the entire...More
Good service and starters, but one main course not as expected - the Taste of Tandoori Masala was unlike any other masala I’ve had before - not unpleasant, but not as expected. The requested Peshwari Nan also arrived as a plain Nan. Slightly disappointing, but...More
I’ve been making occasional visits to this restaurant for many years and can understand the other comments regarding the staff being somewhat cold (though always professional and never rude) but I visit because of the quality of the food. However, I visited last week with...More
I sang at Indian Diner the other night and had a fabulous night..The atmosphere was brilliant and they fed me too and it was beautiful..Can't wait till they book me again.. so I can taste it again.. One of the best I have played at
We had dinner here tonight it wasn’t too bad.
I had Butter Chicken, different flavour every time I have it.
All in all a pleasant meal.
Nice touch prior to leaving, I was given a red rose and to finish up after dinner mint which...More
Visited quite late (10.30pm) on a Wednesday with work colleagues. Lovely food, attentive staff and prices very reasonable. I had butter chicken and rice which was really tasty and was less than £13 which I thought for London was very good. The rose for the...More
We got a range of dishes to share and thought they were all delicious. The food for us was a five-star experience. The less than great aspect was the service. We arrived early in the dinner hours and found that the restaurant had only one...More
Unpretentious restaurant near Victoria and Westminster. Just your fairly typical Indian restaurant with the usual menus options. Food was really good (we had a Balti and a tikka masala). Considering its in central London the price was very reasonable.
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