We came here on a bank holiday weekend when a local restaurant was full. The dining area is huge and is all very nicely decorated to a high standard. We were seated promptly in a huge area where we were almost alone. (The front area was pretty full). Menu's are of the laminated paper kind but contain a huge array of dishes. Drinks and poppadum's were served promptly. The wine list isn't huge but it's reasonably priced for a restaurant. We skipped starters and went straight for mains. We had a variety of dishes from the mixed grill to my chicken chilli masala. The chilli dish wasn't either particularly hot of full of flavour, I would rate it fairly average. The mixed grill and other dishes however got better reviews. It's not the cheapest by far, but it has nice surroundings, I think I will need to visit again and sample another dish before I add it to the list of my regular Indians.
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