We decided to visit this restaurant after work and were we disappointed! We had been there one lunch time and had no complaints but it seems the chef must be different on a night. I asked for a mixed starter and my colleague the same. We did start with Poppodoms and chutneys which were nice and crispy and probably the best we had. The starter came and I thought they were taking the mick two pieces of chicken one Bhaji and a small samosa. All of these looked like they had come from a supermarket. The samosa been a packet type you can buy in Asda. Poor stuff indeed. I had ordered a chicken Karai and my colleague a vegetable biryani. Pilau rice and a nan bread. I also ordered sheek kebabs as spare. My Karai was by far the worst cooked I have ever had chicken strips in a sauce is all I can say. The onions and green peppers that should be caramelised in a karai were raw!. The sauce was sauce with no hint of the spices usually used in this dish. The vegetable biryani my friend got was so small I asked him if it was a side dish. I think they need to look again at three things Quality Price and getting a decent chef who can cook from scratch and not rely on packet food and the hope that someone like me who has family background in Indian cuisine to pay a visit. Overall we were disappointed and the cost of £60 for the meal was far to high for the quality of food. We did cancel the percentage tip on the card machine as we felt they had taken enough for something that should have been 60% cheaper. Never going again will stick to our local and enjoy some genuine spicy delights
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