We booked for 8pm on a Saturday night. The food and service were amazing; every dish was lovely. However, the noise was terrible.
There are no sound deadening devices; no walls, partitions, drapes, pictures on walls etc. There were two large parties who were basically shouting at each other and the combined noise of all the diners was actually hurting our ears. You couldn't hear the person next to you. I'm sure if these issues could be sorted it would be the best Indian in town.
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