We live close to this restaurant and had been waiting for a special occasion to try it, so we went for my partners birthday. We were a table of 5. As soon as we sat at our table the waiter gave us dirty looks for trying to seat ourselves so that one person didn't have to sit facing nobody. When we asked if the extra chair could possibly be moved we were ignored and scowled at before the waiter purposefully slammed the chair back to where it belonged. We were then asked 'still or sparkling water' with no smile or tone of friendliness. When we asked for some puppadoms to start with the waiter didn't even acknowledge with a nod and we had to ask twice before receiving a grunt which we took for yes. At this point we asked the staff if we had done something to upset them to which they started to gather around the table intimidatingly. We said that we felt unwelcome and that they were very cold and there was no apology just arguments. We decided that we couldn't face an evening in a place with such a terrible attitude and stood up to leave and take our coats. I have never before chosen to leave a restaurant like this but the service really was disgraceful. It seems the staff have got a bit too big for their boots and have forgotten the importance of customer service. Having read ther reviews now, it does seem odd to see so many opposing opinions. We certainly won't be going back and in fact we discovered the other Indian restaurant down the road had a lovely atmosphere and great food at a much more reasonable price!
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