Was there last night, entertaining friends from overseas.
Were welcomed warmly and led to a non smoking table for dinner.
Asked for the chef and Chef Azaam Qureshi presented himself and took our order, for a vegetarian meal.
The tandoori appetiser, Vegetable Seekh Kebab was excellent. However, the platter was presented without a serving spoon, and no teaspoons for the accompanying sauces .
The main courses, aloo palak, kadai paneer ,dal makhani and jeera rice were pretty average.
No serving spoons given. When we requested for the same, we were given soup spoons.
The breads from the tandoor, the garlic naan, and the roti were a delight. the garlic naan was soft and fluffy, and the rotis was cooked to perfection.
Our waiter, Charles, was more interested in looking out of the entrance glass door than attending to us. A repeat order for a beer took more than 10 minutes to reach us, even though the restaurant was empty.
After dinner, we waited and waited for the finger bowls to arrive.
The manager, a man dressed in a black suit, kept walking up and down, but not once did he stop at our table and neither did he ask us if everything was ok.
By the same token, a few months ago, I had the pleasure of having their Indian buffet for dinner on a Saturday night, and the food and service at that time was impeccable.
The food and beverage manager needs to pull up his/her socks in staff training and anticipating guest needs.
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