Medium spiced Indian food. Having entered the parking facilities which have plenty spaces. About 20-24 you walk round to enter main door seeing plenty seating space in front and reception bar to the right of entrance. Greeted by all mannered staff. Very clean, with pleasant low mood lighting tables having brown synthetic leather chairs which do dip a bit. Had to change mine.
Ate usual but generous poppadoms starter with chutney onions etc. Ordered a fish (tilapia) starter and wife with king prawn. Quite nice but not so spicy. Just mild. For main ate another fish (tilapia) dish which is the only fish they have, was cooked in mild tomato gravy, a grilled platter which was too mild, not juicy and spicy as elsewhere. The kofte tasted not so fresh but too processed, rubberised. Rather disappointing but good was kept warm on heaters.
Chicken and other cheap cuts of meat tasted ordinary. Ali gobi was quite plain, the chick pea chana I thought would be blended down but no,...just a simple chick peas in a mild sauce. Pilau rice again was ordinary. No pungent smell rising to tantalise my taste.
Pishwari Naan was coconut fresh enough for two.
All this with two drinks for under £40 wasn't too bad but I'd expect allot more spice and flavour. It's decent and very affordable.
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