Had the poppadoms and pickle tray to start which had a wider variety of items than i've seen at other restaurants. The menu was extensive and there were several dishes on it that I would have liked to sample. I can't remember the name of my curry but it contained paneer and chicken, and it was very tasty. My partner had chicken tikka massala which was also very good. I liked the fact that they were brought to the table with a hot plate to keep them warm, a nice touch which I haven't experienced anywhere else. Prices were reasonable and fairly similar to other places I have eaten at (Cost around £25 for poppadums and pickle tray for 2, 2 curries, 2 pilau rice and 2 large soft drinks). The decor and atmosphere was also very pleasant. I would definitely return when in the area again, as it is certainly nicer than many of the curry houses I have visited on the curry mile in Manchester.
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