The service here is very friendly and the restaurant very traditional and clean. Appears to be very popular and well frequented by tourists and locals alike.
But I have eaten here on several business trips, which is down to someone else's preference etc... but to be honest find the food very sparse. I hate to sound like a complete pig... but honestly, find most dishes to be lacking in meat substance!
We usually order several dishes and share. On all occasions I think I managed to taste lots of sauce, a few peas and once managed to get to one piece of lamb before someone else did! I am positive that my counterparts don't scoff the lot themselves... but find myself stirring the dish, weighing up whether there is enough to go round and decide not... and so eat the sauce instead. We are talking almost diced sized pieces of meat and while I don't expect one dish to actually serve 4 people as it is about having a taste of something... I am certain that at times there is less than one chicken breast for example in one dish!
My husband and i once ordered the Thali, which is a dish I usually like as it gives you several flavours. Again it was lacking in any real substance. Even dishes that were supposed to incorpote potato and peas seemed to be more peas than anything else.
Oh, well... I was watching my waistline anyway... but went back to hotel hungry!
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