Another recommendation, not far from where we were staying. It is quite a small place and although we had not booked a table they were able to seat us on a Friday night at 7pm.
The menu was extensive and I defy anyone not to find something to try. We felt this was an Indian menu with a twist, modern maybe. The onion bahjis were to die for, they were not greasy in anyway and they were as light as a feather and very tasty. I had a chicken korma and again very tasty, chicken was not over cooked and the sauce delicious. I liked the fact that the dish came with rice and was not charged as an extra. My husband had a duck dish and he raved about this for ages. We also had a naan bread which was light and fluffy, not a prepacked one, thick and chewy.
We would recommend this and would definitely eat here again. It is a very busy little place not only for sitting in but for takeaway too. I think that maybe it would be wise to book a table.
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