My wife and I visited this as a spur of the moment meal. It was a Sunday night and they had a buffet set up.The staff are very attentive and our waiter took the time to explain the various dishes available. The restaurant itself is not plush but blends in well with the other businesses. There are beers and wines available but we opted for water only. The buffet itself had pakora and samosa starters with a very nice chicken tikka. There was fresh salad and loads of mint yogurt. The main dishes consisted of a mild korma a medium balti and then a hot jalfrezi. In addition there were pieces of naan and some very nice pilau rice. All you can eat for £9.95 per head. We didn't see the main menu so can't comment on this but based on the quality of the buffet we can only assume it will be good. If you get the chance go to this restaurant you won't be disappointed.
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