We visited early evening which just happened to be 'early bird' time, with a fixed price (£11) menu giving a choice of starter, main and accompaniment from the menu with the usual prawn and fish dishes excluded. Clearly visitors to York are very wealthy and so did not need to take advantage of the 'early bird' leaving us the only ones in the restaurant.
Range of starters and main courses was quite comprehensive, with some dishes that we had not encountered before. Portions were generous, and the naans are about a large as you are likely to see, and come hanging from a metal 'tree'.
The decor isn't very exciting but then I don't eat the decor, but if you like a cosy interesting restaurant, then this is not for you as it is a large open plan room.
As curries go (outside the authentic restaurants in Bradford and Birmingham) this was as good as any I've been to from a food aspect, and plentiful water was provided if you don't go in for alcoholic or sugary drinks with your curry.
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