You're assured of fabulous food here.
Each dish has its own spicy flavour but you can always taste the meat or vegetable. We had Chicken madras which, if hot, has tons of flavour. The accompanying Channa massala (chickpeas), Bombay aloo and Bhindi bhaji are terrific and make a feast for two with one pilau rice and a Nan of your choice.
The refurbishment of the place has, however, wrecked the atmosphere. The tables are in long lines. The welcoming bar that used to be at the door is now relegated to the far corner. This has removed the focal point and the very friendly staff look lost and unsure where to station themselves. The new entrance is along a dingy corridor and the ill-fitting door has a 1 cm gap under it. On a chilly night your legs freeze.
Such a pity. Still, the food remains as brilliant as ever. Our menu (above) with 2 pints of Indian lager was only £35.
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