The restaurant was very cold. The waiter said it was not their fault it was due to the old building and cold air getting in through the windows. The plates were cold, the meat dishes were sat over a tea-light but that was not sufficient to keep the food hot in such a cold room; I couldn't finish my main course because the sauce became a cold stodge. The dishes served had identical sauces except the jalfrezi had onions and chillies chopped into it. I've had a one-day Indian cooking course and I could do better myself. I am not surprised that despite being within a week of Christmas there were only two tables occupied.
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