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The service was very friendly ... the food was a big let down. The yellow dal (which was served as a curry) was to watery and paneer swam in something which tastet like Heinz tomato soup. The Naan bread was undercooked ! Never again !!!!
Lovely afternoon meal.
Food was tasty and reasonably price.
Good ambience and service.
The food is not as spicy as you would expect in an Indian/Pakistani restaurant - but still very pleasing to the palate.
I'd just like to say that my friend and I thought the lunch was really good and tasty. The staff were very friendly and polite. I had stir fry followed by duck with a glass of red wine what a great deal. Will go back.
This place looks nice inside. Our waitress was lovely and friendly. The dishes were fairly small we thought and we did have to add salt and pepper to the food as it was all spice and no taste. I am fairly sensitive to salt so...More
Ambience - sub par, minimal with no decoration to give this a good feel.
Service - one person on service - entirely adequate
Drinks - no cocktails etc on offer, only soft drinks, beers and spirits available
Meal - starters were sub-par, out...More
RUDE STAFF. CONFRONTATION & ARGUMENTATIVE. CLUELESS ABOUT DISHES.
We arrived yesterday for a meal at the venue. We were barely greeted by a European member of staff who barely speaked English. There was ample space, but she hesitated to place on a table initially.
We have stayed at the Courthouse Hotel before but never eaten at their Indian street food restaurant. It was a very pleasant surprise. The menu was a little confusing as we did not know what the dishes were or what to expect but the waiter...More
Booked afternoon tea through virgin experience for me and my wife at soho Wala, we had the worst experience you could possibly have at an Indian restaurant, we were seated by the window and was moved to the back of the restaurant for some unknown...More
Went there for lunch yesterday. Starter was nice, desert average (just frozen items we ordered), main course was awful. Prawn balchao was 4 prawns, tandoori chicken was dry as tinder. Service was appalling; Eastern European waitresses were surly and inefficient, leaving our table for ages...More
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