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Group of 8 of us ate here and despite being a busy (popular) restaurant the service was very good and the food really very well put together.
We also thought the bill was fair - a good night out and great dining experience.
I've had the pleasure of eating thousands of curries in Britain, having lived in Bradford and Manchester, and I'm afraid to say this is a contender for my least favourite yet.
My choice of main promised "over 12 herbs and spices ": I could only...More
Was pleased to get a table as a solo visitor, just after the Christmas lights switch on, on the evening of the first day of the Winter Weekend. Nice, bright decor and buzzing atmosphere, but food was ho-hum, and I failed to finish my rather...More
Had a takeaway here on a Friday night. The service was nice and quick so a good start.
Eating it was a bit hit and miss. The saag paneer was delicious, but the poppadoms tasted very oily, like the oil they were cooked in needed...More
Great food and first class service, had the vindaloo and it was properly hot and spicy, 3 or 4 pints of cobras washed it down. Like the pint bottles in Dublin all you get is those tiny 330ml that cost a fortune and are very...More
First time we have eaten at Red Indigo in Hay and were very pleasantly surprised at the quality of the food. Service was quick all be it a little frantic at times. Meals were well priced and we highly recommend
Went to the Brecon Beacons for a long weekend with my partner and decided to stop in at this curry house on the Saturday night, absolute nightmare where do I begin.
The table was originally booked for 6.30, we didn’t actually get seated until 7:15....More
I was so looking forward to a take away from Red Indigo. Everything we got (naan, cucumber raita, chicken tikka, curried chickpeas and samosas) was overly sweet even the naan. The chicken tikka was mostly tomato paste and was an alarmingly red color. The samosas...More