OK up front I have to agree with the previous reviewer re the service. I have eaten here many times and front of house is lacking in staff, and what staff there are, do not seem comfortable around people - I am guessing a cultural thing or I cut them slack for it... but could be improved a lot.
As for food what can I say this is not your average 13 pints and a curry. This is Persian cuisine and very good Persian cuisine at that. The buffet night offers access to a wide range of spiced delights from Iran and surrounding countries. The food is cooked simply as one might expect genuine home cooking in a Persian country. Simple does not mean cut corners and spicy does not mean hot, it means flavoursome. I am not a hot curry fan and nothing here was too hot for my taste buds. One dish who's name I could not even pronounce let alone remember, was made from lamb Legs cooked for hours in spices with preserved Limes. The meat fell of the bone and the limes provided an amazing taste explosion. Also the Naan bread as light as a feather - none of the usual stodgy rubbish you get elsewhere. Interesting fact the chef is actually a surgeon by training but it was his love of his home cuisine and cooking it that set him on the course. That level of commitment and love shows through in the food. Apparently if there are 8 or more people booking he will open for Sunday lunch or so I am told.
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