In a pleasant old building more resembling a terraced private residence, one enters through the front door to a large foyer. Upstairs is the dining area - neutral, but pleasant decor with a variety of seating arrangements. We went on a quiet evening but the low ceilings could make it noisy on a busy day. No intrusive music. Good service and excellent food, which was well described and explained on the menu- sizable portions. Apparently they don't take credit cards (absolutely no problem for us). Also it is BYO booze which is rather pleasant as so many restaurants charge so heavily for rather ordinary wines. Six of us had plenty to eat - each had poppadoms, naan, curry, rice, and sweets plus some soft drinks for a total of about Lstg 125 (inc tip,but not, of course, booze). No idea about loos or parking (but probably not directly outside). good
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