Went here for a late Saturday lunch and to get in out of the biting cold on an unseasonably snowy and freezing late March day. The latter was only partly achieved, as it was very cold in the restaurant too. The heating was full on but wasn't doing much. The food was excellent (Shahi Kofta and Krahi Lamb) although the pilau rice was a bit greasy. Portions were generous, and the pickle tray (always a favourite) was very tasty. The restaurant isn't licenced so you have to make do with water or soft drinks, but you can bring your own beer if you want. The value and service were terrific (£10 each for more than we could eat) but the let-down was how cold it was in there. Not conducive to lingering.