Tucked away from the town centre’s main street, and just across from the bingo hall.
The compact dining room is simply decorated, with modern touches. Starched tablecloths, fresh flowers and dim lighting complete the look.
We could not have been treated better. Every member of staff was friendly, attentive and eager to please. They checked on us throughout our meal.
The 10-page menu features everything from classic tandoori dishes to chef’s specialities. Easy to navigate, there are separate sections for meat and vegetable options, as well as starters and sides. Lots of variety.
We started with a mixed vegetarian platter, and poppadoms with spiced onions. With three in our party there was more than enough to go around – the pakora and samosa were especially delicious. For our mains we decided to share three curries, two vegetarian and one meat. Packed with flavour and delicately balanced spices, none of us could remember the last time we had a better curry.
Spinach lovers must try the saag aloo. A little on the hot side, this smooth and moreish curry will keep you coming back for more. Especially with perfectly fluffy chapatti dipped in the extra sauce.
For starters, three curries, two rice, sides and two bottles of red wine, our bill came to just under £70. Great for a party of three.
We visited on a busy Friday night but with a welcoming atmosphere we didn’t feel rushed. Ideal for family celebrations or large groups.
Clean, fully-stocked and located just off the main dining hall.