The outside of this restaurant is it's best feature, once inside it doesn't live up to it's appearance or reputation. The decor is bland and featureless, and there doesn't seem to be any ambience at all. The staff hardly raise expectations, whilst a couple of the younger waiters were reasonably smartly dressed, a couple wouldn't have looked out of place in an East End greasy spoon.
Drinks, as usual in an Indian were expensive.
Naan breads were more like cardboard,and the pilau rice was clumpy and flavourless.
The currys themselves are ok, but not the quality I would expect. In fact, it is fair to say that overall it was of the same standard as a supermarket meal.The meat was dry and chewy, and the sauces had only generic flavours.
The only highlight was the Chicken Tikka, which was very pleasant.
What did stand out was this is the only restaurant that I recall that actually seems to serve food on chilled plates. They weren't even at room temperature.
Maybe living in the Midlands has raised my expectations of Indian food, but an average rating is the best I could give.
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