I visited this restaurant for the first time with a friend on a wet and windy February evening, The environment was clean and pleasant and the tables were not crammed together as they can be in some restaurants. Prices on the menu were not exorbitant, We had the obligatory poppadoms and pickle tray followed by a delicious bhaji starter. For my main course I had lamb sag with vegetable rice and a chapati. The lamb sag was a little drier than usual - not swishing around in oil and gravy. The lamb was tender and tasty. This was washed down with draught lager and then a glass of tap water. We have visited numerous curry houses in the region and were not disappointed with this one. Good value and good food.
A final note - although the waiting staff were efficient and pleasant - I do not appreciate being addressed as "boss", "mate" or "lad". Perhaps it is a generation thing but I expect restaurant staff to address me as "sir".
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