We weren't sure what to expect as we arrived here but had traveled for 7hours due to bad traffic and were hungry and tired. The menu is about average compared with other indian restaurants I've used and I ordered a chicken jalfrezi and my husband a lamb bhuna. Both curries were very tasty and the meat of good quality. The rice and chips were as they should be and we both had a naan bread. 9peshwari and chicken tikka) both were very tasty and very enjoyable. the pricing was very reasonable (just over £30 for 2 curries,2 breads,chips,rice,2 pint and 1 bottled cider) and the service was good. We would use this restaurant again without any worries.
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