We were recommended this place by the hotel we stayed in. It was a Monday night and as such, it was not busy when we entered the restaurant. My immediate concerns about the central ceiling decoration being similar to something my family would have been proud to have put up for Christmas in 1984, were dispelled by the attentive and friendly attitude of the staff. The wine list was good and the bottle of Shiraz/Cinsault was gorgeous for the 16.50 we paid. The menu is both extensive and exciting and we had trouble choosing, only because of the many things we wanted to try. The chef interjected our perusal by asking if we would like to try a wild venison broth he'd cooked for the staff which was delicious. After poppadoms and pickles we decided to have the haggis pakoras and (the chef recommended) king prawns. The king prawns weren't on the menu, but their marination and fantastic flash fried flavour were probably the highlight of a fantastic meal. The subsequent main tapas style dishes including homemade paneer, venison curry and excellent naan were both very well executed and well seasoned. We will definitely return.
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