Had two disappointing take-aways (curries were watery, chicken rubbery and two curries didn't turn up!) and eaten in once (food was slightly better and staff were friendly).
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Great food, beautiful decor, and friendly staff. We would return for sure. My only complaint was that we were ignored once we had finished our meal - something which I find happens in many restaurants, when all I want to do is pay and leave!...More
( See my review for 'Curry Cottage at Lover's Leap' ). Delicious food and warm, cosy and friendly atmosphere. Typical 'Northern Hospitality'.
We went for a meal for the first time at little India, recommended by friends. It was one of the best meals we have had in a very long time, the popadoms with the dips were the best we have ever had. The meal we...More
Visited this restaurant whilst staying in Eyam. Coming from the West Midlands where Indian restaurants are profligate we were delighted with the quality and authenticity of the food in this restaurant. The staff are helpful and friendly and being able to bring your own alcohol...More
My partner and I have been visiting this little gem for years now and every time we are near the area we always stop off here. It has a well presented interior with traditional decor. Romantic atmosphere for couples and nice tasting food. Writing this...More
Great service, great food. Its important to remember to bring your own beer and wine. this is a big plus as you don't have the usual cost of drinks. Nothing was too much trouble.
The title just about says it all for me.This was a business meal with some work colleagues so not too precious. The food was good, the service was OK and price reasonable. I understand that it has changed hands since our visit and it is...More
Excellent cuisine ( proper Indian food!), excellent service and a wonderful ambience. My wife and I visited last week for a meal and thoroughly enjoyed it. Very reasonable prices too.