I don't usually bother to write reviews of Indian restaurants as they are usually much of a muchness. But I make an exception for this one....as it was the first Indian restaurnt I ever visited, back in 1971! That was in the days when Indians were empty until chucking out time then groups of men, tanked up on ten pints of Bass, would stagger in and ordered the hottest thing on the menu. Times and tastes have changed and this restaurant has stood the test of time because it is consistently good. On Saturday April 6 my companion and I had possibly the best Indian for years. Everything superb - from the service to the freshness of the popadoms and chutneys, to the king prawn dhansak, the chicken Madras, sag alloo, pillau rice and chapati. Bill for two (inl. one large bottle Indian beer and two single brandies): £32.50. No longer in an upmarket part of town (every other premises seems to have a bouncer on the door) this place has to be good to survive. Highly recommended.
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