The chef at the Chatni DOES NOT use the usual three curry pot method of 99% of Indian Restaurants do. If you find all dishes at an Indian restaurant taste the same then the chances are that the chef uses the three pot method. One pot is mild, one is medium spiced and the third is hot and spicy. Then the chef throws in the identifying ingredigents i.e. lamb or chicken, spinach or peppers. I'm sick and tired of such restaurants and will name and shame in future, especially if it claims to be authentic.
At the Chatni, each dish is different. We had two different main courses and we'd never had either before. We both had a chicken dish and the meat was moist and beautifully cooked. We tried a take out meal first a few weeks ago and it was excellent. The food was hot, well cooked, tastey and very reasonably priced. This was our experience of eating in the restaurant too.
The waiter and manager were friendly and genuinely interested in our preferences and requirements. The atmosphere was calm and warm, perfect for an intimate meal.
If you appreciate good Indian food you will really enjoy the Chatni.
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