First things first, stick this in to your sat nav SK6 1AS.
There is a council car park to the side of the restaurant and this free to use.
I was the only one dining at the time so cannot comment on the atmosphere, but i am sure that witha few more diners this joint will rock. I was dining at 7 ish on a wet and windy Wednesday Night.
There is plenty of to choose from on the menu to suit all pallets, and meal prices include rice or chips. I also noted that there was no hard up selling of poppadoms, nan bread and other delights that you feel compelled to purchase but never eat, but of you do attempt it you feel like c**p.
Service was professional and swift, with the right amount of attention.
I can recommend the Chicken and Mushroom Byriani, very nice indeed. Cost for a starter, main and one pint of lager £15.30
On leaving the restaurant the adjacent church was ringing its bells, it was worth standing listening to them and soaking up the fast approaching Autumn chill in the air, and dreaming of Santa which will not be too long in arriving.