The meat samosa was definitely pre-made and frozen. Overly greasy and chewy dough.
The Chicken Tikka Butter Masala sauce was sweet while the chicken itself was extremely over salted.
The menu stated that the Mashala Naan had spices but the obviously meant "sprinkled with sesame seeds" I cam to find out from other Indian Restaurant menus in Stockholm stated that Mashala Naan is Naan with sesame seeds which is fine. But why then does Indian Queen's menu state that is comes with spices.
One item on the menu says that you get chicken, beef and lamb with the dish. It states this offering in the English and the Swedish descriptions of the dish but the waiter argued fiercly with us that you only get one meat choice and that is final!
The food was sub-par and the service even worse. When I asked the waiter the differences between the naan he brought out he actually TOUCHED the naan with his fingers, REPEATEDLY!!!
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