Food is average but I just wish they would include everything you have ordered in your takeaway. Mistake happen I would accept once but 3 times in a row...won't be going back.
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This is a review from someone who was very nervous of Indian fare! Enjoyed it so much, we went back the following evening and are planning a return soon! Excellent food and very helpful staff, coupled with reasonable price, can throughly recommend it.
I'm new to the area and was tildthst this was a good restaurant, I tried a takeaway first and ordered a biryani, dhansak and tikka masalla plus keep nan, food was hot and very tasty the dhansak could have been spicier but that's my personal...More
We called into the School House to help us out with a wifi issue - basically " could we use your wifi to watch the England Lacrosse game ? " - staff couldn't be more helpful - getting us connected and serving us drinks and...More
This is a great asset to the village, nice ambience , very good food and nice, simple service. But,I asked one of the waiters where the chickens come from.He said, a London wholesaler.I asked where the lamb comes from , he said , Birmingham. I...More
We went because the restaurant held an entertainment evening with two other couples. There was a 'specials' menu or you could have anything from the mains part of the menu. I decided to have the oxtail curry, crikey it was fantastic! Of course it had...More
We had dinner here on a Sunday evening. Hadn't booked a table, but were warmly welcomed and a table was set for us. The waiters were very friendly and helpful, the food was amazing and very reasonably priced too. Would definitely eat there again!
Went on a Friday night, there was a nice atmosphere. Menu good and varied. Food was served quickly and was very tasty. Drinks are quite expensive and tables are fairly close together but other than that, it was a nice meal out.
An extensive menu and good food. Service, as you would expect, is efficient. Although it is said to be near Ashford, it's not somewhere you could reach without a car, and parking is woeful thanks to double yellow lines everywhere. Inside, the old school windows...More