It was on recommendation of a friend that we dined here on a Monday evening recently. The place wasn't empty (a good sign) and we were shown to a large table and given a high-chair for the grandson (a plus indeed for a family with a youngster who will know how hard it is to find an Indian restaurant with a high-chair).
The dips that arrived with our pupadums were predictable apart from the mint and yoghurt — which was not minty but creamy and very nice. Well done whoever thought that one up!
I ordered a Chicken Tikka Madras and wasn't over impressed - but I tried my wife's Chicken Tikka Masalla Balti and must say, the standard of this dish was superb. Not the usual glowing red and so rich it makes you wince... no... this was NOT too rich, good taste and contained a wide variety of spices that worked well.
The staff serve you reasonably well although they do push past you when laying items on the table (not good) and were slightly 'abrupt' which didn't go down too well as we were a large group spending a fair bit of money of a Monday evening — ANY restaurant will be very polite as they hope to regain the midweek trade (which we are unsure if we shall return on that fact alone).
We did not order sweets as the meals were filling. I was slightly disappointed that the chapatis were 'wholemeal' as it may be trendy to eat healthy - but there is a completely different taste to the items when using wholemeal - maybe 'ask' the customer which they would prefer?
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