We visit this restaurant at least once a week and the food and service is always spot on. Highly recommended for curry aficionados!!!
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Visited on a Sunday evening before a Bank holiday in May, on entering the bar area, waiters were not welcoming and inviting and it took them an age to decide which table we were to be seated at despite the place not been busy at...More
Went with the family for my brothers 30th birthday. We ordered chicken jalfrezi, lamb dopiaza, king prawn garlic, keema mattar and mattar paneer. the food was delicious but the chicken was on the spicy side. The staff were wonderful and we all enjoyed the meal.
Lovely flavours enjoyed in a relaxed atmosphere whilst visiting Manchester overnight. We had poppadoms with pickles followed by main courses and had more than enough to enjoy with drinks for just over £40. The restaurant is in a good location to eat after walking around...More
Came here on a saturday night 8pm. Didnt reserve. Restaurant was quiet for prime time city centre restaurant. Hardly sat down properly before waiter asked for drinks. Ordered 2 curries, rice, naan and poppadoms. Food was nice but average. Feel like menu is aimed at...More
we went to this restaurant in February and it was just as cold inside as it was outside. The food was ok but why were there no hotplates ? The food in an Indian should be kept hot. Average at best.
Great atmosphere, lovely food and varied menu if you want to go off the regular menu and look at their specialities We had Lamb Nihari (I thoroughly recommend it for those seeking authenticity) and Desi Chicken (on the bone homestyle curry) Wonderful flavours and complimented...More
I booked a meal for 13 people for an after work gathering on 31/03/17. The service was excellent and attentive. We all ordered without incident. The food was delicious and reasonably priced. It was early evening at 6pm when I booked and when we left...More