I went to this restaurant with family. Once we enter the person who serving us told us you must order minimum £10 per adult. We felt bad and but we were hungry and told him its fine and the funny part is most of the menu items costs more than £10. Guy came to me and asked me if I would order some food and when I tried to inquired about the dishes he got offended and tried to insult me by saying I need to make my mind before coming inside... what the hell... how rude... I told him I am travelling from Manchester and just trying to ask you about dish size so i know we dont order less or more than what actually we need and he was so rude to me which I cant explain.... definately no manners... Their intention is clear. They want to humiliate us and make it as a big scene and want us to leave the restaurant.
Finally we decided to leave the restaurant before they ask us to leave the restaurant. They are all group of Bangladeshi people selling Bangladeshi food in the name of indian food to white skin people. They don't want to sell the food to any brown skin people. These brown skin Bangladeshi people thinks that only white skin people got money in their packet and they can only sell any spicy food as indian food to white skin people.
I am living here in UK for long time and earning good money and living decent life. I never had such a bad experience in my life in any restaurant in UK. I am writing this review once I enter into my house returning from our scotland holidays.
I am still angry and I know this review is not going to do anything. I am not racist and I treat every one as same human being and I am really apologise for my skin related words. I dont know how to express it. If you are brown skin people, please don't enter into this restaurant. If you are with family and kids, never even go to that street. If you are white skin people, please don't support this Bangladeshi racist selling Bangladeshi food as indian food. Thanks for reading.
I wish I could have read the others review before I enter into that restaurant. Anyhow we went to some other indian restaurant in same area and spent around £150. That's also Bangladeshi restaurant selling Bangladeshi food as indian food but they treated us with respect.
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