We went as we fancied a change from Schnitzel. This Indian was just down the road from our hotel so decided to give it a go. The first impression of the place was bad as as soon as we were led to our table a homeless guy who had come into the restaurant before us, was going around the tables asking for money. The staff at this restaurant were doing nothing about him (must have some deal where they split the money at the end of the night haha) anyway the service was pretty efficient to start with apart from a few mix ups with drinks. I thought the food was good, I had the Chicken Makhani (which tasted like a korma) and it was standard quality. We were thinking about having a dessert but after finishing our mains we waiting half an hour before someone came over and we then asked for the bill. To top it off another homeless person selling magazines (big issue style) came and was trying to sell to guests. Don't think we will be returning in a hurry.
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