But the curry was lacking. We opted for the buffet, there was a chicken tikka and a fish karahi as well as tandoori pieces of chicken and tandoori aloo and two rice choices. It all looked fairly good, but the chicken tikka was a real let down. It was chicken in tomato sauce, there was no spice to it at all. The fish curry was ok, the tandoori potato were barely cooked through. The naan bread was made fresh and was excellent.
Maybe ordering from the menu would of given us a better curry dish, but we will never know as we won't be going back. If you're dying for a curry give it a go, but I wouldn't go out of my way to try this place. The waitresses both spoke excellent English but one of them was a spot over eager/in your face... She just needed to relax a bit and not rush people to clear the tables.
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