I can say nothing more than the food was not very nice, the place itself was very dated and looked dirty and not really value for money.
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We had a great experience eating lunch at this Bangladesh restaurant. The waiter was very friendly and chatted with us in a way that we felt very welcome. Some of its specialties was fantastic. And when we responded that the main course was too little...More
Nothing better than a brick lane ruby, especially on a cold Saturday afternoon. This is one of my favourite curry houses. The £7.95 special is actually good value and the curries are full of flavour and my prawn Bhuna was full of prawns. We don't...More
Visited here as have Taste Card and they take it on a Saturday. Excellent starter, poppadums/Pickles and Nan but curry not value for money. Tasty but hardly any fish in mine. Plenty other such restaurants on Brick Lane so shall try those in the future.
Excited by the fact we were able to haggle a 25% discount prior to entering! However ones inside we realised why this was done with such ease! Pickle tray was poor- random selection of dip which were extremely un tasty!!!! The rice was tasteless and...More
Recently visited this establishment, would love to leave a review on the food but didn’t get the chance. I have a nut allergy and made it very clear to the staff regarding the matter when I ordered (I have suffered with anaphylaxis and carry an...More
Visiting London booked here on a meal deal with a well known site. Mixed reviews we read but didn't put us off. Bottle of white, tikka starters and a bhuna and masala for mains with sides and it was simply delicious. Restaurant a little quiet...More
Myself and my boyfriend visited Clipper on a Sunday night after having bought a groupon voucher to spend on food here. We had phoned ahead early on in the day to book a table for 7pm and arrived on the dot. When we arrived we...More
We chose Clipper based on the fact that we were looking for a curry and it started to rain as we got outside this one. It may have been worth getting wet to go somewhere else. Started with the Aloo Chat, it tasted vaguely of...More