Firstly, I live in the village and hope that in this economic climate, all our restaurants and takeaways continue to survive.
Secondly, I like the other Indian's food, but Cafe Goa, as others have pointed out is just that bit different, and all the better for it. Service is great, wine list better than usual in this kind of restaurant, and prices still great value for money.
Some of the dishes are really interesting and unusual, starters light, different types of poppadum great, and the nan breads are really light and possibly the best I have ever had.
I have eaten 4 times here in the last 3 months, including NYE. I have taken work colleagues who live in Bradford to Cafe Goa and they all were blown away by the quality.
Really hope this place survives the current tough times, as it would be a massive shame if it went. Can't speak highly enough.
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