Just like to say what a different indian restaurant I have been to today different to what I have eaten at comparing to Akbars and Zouk (both Manchester). We were asked if we would like to sit in the lounge or straight to the table, we opted for the table the menus were different the shape and design from the usual.
Poppadoms fresh and as if the they were cut in to shapes like quavers crisps with 6 dips, for starters we had mixed platter and salmon tikka, mix platter very fresh but wasn't a fan of the salmon it lacked spice where as the moglai kebab again mild chicken baked in the tandoor.
For mains Chicken Shashlik and Lamb De Kodu were excellent all presented well with the accompaniments the only downside was the pre pack paratha (fried bread) not good as the fresh homemade ones.
We skipped on desserts as we were full by then but we left space for a mocha and white coffee the crockery by villeroy and boch and yes it was first time ever seen this in an indian restaurant the coffee was wonderful along with the trendy coffee set.
Downside was the forks every time you hold one it turned round because of the weight in the handle.
The restaurant it self is superior in decor, the car park a bit shabby could do with some landscaping. The crystal balls over the booth tables had cobwebs on the cable so they could be cleaned.
2x starters 2x mains 2x side dishes 1x paratha 2x poppadoms 2x soft drinks 2x coffee £59.65
or set menu 2 course £8.95 with basic dishes sunday-thursday
Service was very good explained things really well when necessary and very friendly.
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