Worse indian meal ive ever had. Girls were looking beautiful in those indian outfits, nice and polite but they need to understant that they are representing the restaurant. They should be ready to receive feedback! While i was writing a feedback for chef she offered us if we want to talk to manager. I dnt wanted all their customers to know about our bad food experience thats why i was writing my feedback. After talking to chef Rao who was very arrogant, he insulted us and said we are bullying him and his staff. I think he beleived that we weren't allowed to make a complaint about food and threatened to call the Police. Uncooked naan and cold butter chicken was served up to us which is not acceptable, if i had eaten this who knows what could of happened as i am pregnant. Oh, by the way where is your hospitality saying "customer is always right ?" After paying for the uneaten food i gave the paper with my feedback. Bullying is a very strong and aggresive word to use to describe your customers. Both my husband and i felt very unsettled about the whole incident. We as a customer have right to speak and give feedback and he as a owner should be ready to receive feedback as we are the one who is paying but insulting your customers isn't the way to run a business. Hope this feedback is helpful for indian food lovers.
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