For starters we had the usual poppadoms and chutneys which were fine but the main courses were a big disappointment. I ordered Chicken tandoori masalla and my husband had a lamb dish. Both had a slight taste of burn to them. Mine also didn't really taste like chicken and all the meat pieces were cut very small which also raised my suspicions. It would be very interesting to see if a dna test could be done on their meat! My husband's lamb tasted ok apart from the sauce which like i said had a burnt flavour. Needless to say we both left quite a bit of our meals and wanted to say somthing but staff were rushed off their feet so it was only when one came to collect our dishes that i pointed out the burnt bits and informed the waiter that it didn't taste good because of the burnt flavour. Of course he apologised and said he would tell the chef but i was expecting some sort of recompense but they obviously didn't care as we were handed the full bill. I know i could have took it further but when on a one night trip you dont want to spoil it with an altercation so we just paid and left. Of course it goes without saying we will not be visiting this joint again and would not recommend it to anyone.
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